In about six weeks, the South Korean tech giant will unveil its 10th Anniversary flagship series. The Galaxy S10 has been anticipated since early last year. We’ve filled several pages about the subject and there is no stopping our sources from sharing details until D-Day. There will be three variants–the Samsung Galaxy S10 E, Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10+ (S10 Plus). A fourth variant is also expected to be announced the following month, equipped with 5G. We’ve got word the device will be officially known as the ‘Samsung Galaxy S10 X’.
The ‘X’ means ten. It refers to the 10th year of the Galaxy series. It also means sXpansion and sXperience. It will be the first ever 5G phone from Samsung and probably the first in the world to offer real 5G network support.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 X 5G phone is not to be confused with the Galaxy X foldable phone. There is no final name for the foldable-flexible smartphone yet but we’ve been referring to the Galaxy X since 2016 when a patent filing application was sighted online.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 X is said to be out in March. The Unpacked 2019 event will happen on February 20 so the late March release of the 5G variant is on schedule. Like the Galaxy S10 and S10+, the S10 X will also feature six cameras (four rear + dual selfie), an on-screen display fingerprint sensor, and a staggering 1TB of onboard storage.
Other features of the Samsung Galaxy S10 X 5G model include the following: 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display, Axis 5100 chipset, 10GB RAM, and a 5000mAh battery. More AI features can also be expected.