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The next-generation Samsung smartphone, likely to be called the Galaxy S10, will reportedly come in four variants.

Whispers from inside the supply chain have so far been unable to agree on whether Samsung will ditch the 3.5mm headphone port from its S10 range.

Basically, there will be three different Samsung Galaxy S10 versions that will go live in February.

According to the Olixar branded cases, the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy S10 will have a single front-facing camera, whereas the Galaxy S10 Plus will have a dual-selfie set-up. Of course, Google isn't the only big phone maker to have introduced a feature along these lines, but it's clear that Samsung is interested in jumping on the bandwagon, especially after Google's Night Sight received so much attention. Information comes from the latest Galaxy Note 9 Beta software with Android 9 Pie and One UI.

The Edge moniker was used by Samsung for models that featured at least one curved screen, as the older lineups also included flat displays.

The string they found referred to Bright Night which allows the user "to take bright pictures even in very dark conditions". Taking picture. /string string name="super_night_guide_ready" Brighten up this shot with Bright night.

Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone is surely getting some eyeballs as the number of leaks and rumours are rising.

The code mentions wording that is related to both Huawei's Night Mode and Google's Night Sight, such as the feature "suggest mode to take bright pictures even in very dark conditions". Since Malaysia is a key market for Samsung, you can be sure that we will be among the first countries to get it.

He also claims to have seen Samsung's 5G logo at the very least, tweeting that it is "very cool".

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