Android Pie firmware reveals four Samsung Galaxy S10 models

Joanna Estrada
September 20, 2018

Then, theres a number where 0 is the smallest sized device, 1 is a mid-sized device, and 2 is the largest variant.

Of course, these developmental references dont guarantee the claim that Samsung would actually manufacture four versions of the Galaxy S10.

Samsung is kicking off a new contest for "Fortnite" fans and giving away playtime with the game's top streamer and lots of extra gaming peripherals to the victor. "Beyond" is known to be Samsung's internal codename for the upcoming Galaxy S10 range. The software contains a few configuration files for different Galaxy S10 models, and some of them appear to have 5G support.

In line with the inclusion of this new model, Samsung also opens pre-orders limited to this version between September 21 and September 23, 2018. We think that the triple cameras will include dual rear cameras that have a bokeh effect while the other will include either a wide angle or telephoto/zoom effect. Do stay tuned to as we'll be there on hand at the aforementioned Samsung Malaysia 4x Fun event to see if it could indeed be the triple rear camera Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018).

In the early firmware files, there are four devices codenamed “beyond 0”, “beyond 1”, “beyond 2”, and “beyond 2 5G”. Samsung could bring this variant to the United States as well when the country's carriers launch their 5G networks later on in the year.

Samsung has its own Galaxy Fortnite skin.

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