On 20 February, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Limited-Edition - codenamed 'Beyond X' - will finally be unveiled to the world. Until now, it's been the only phone in the Galaxy S10 lineup that we haven't seen any leaked images for. Note that we said 'until now'.
Twitter spy Ishan Agarwal recently shared what he purports are official renders of the Beyond X smartphone - a supersized Samsung Galaxy S10 that is expected to cost upwards of $3000.
Exclusive: Your First Look at the the Samsung Galaxy S10+ 'Luxurious Ceramic White' (12GB+1TB)! It has subtle brownish-accents which look good tbh. I'm definitely getting this one! So, now we have no renders left to reveal.
Link: https://t.co/S26yXwinV0#UNPACKED#GalaxyS10Plus pic.twitter.com/gvKLm25Elr
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) February 14, 2019
Accordind to Agarwal's sources, the limited-edition S10 will be offered in a choice of two colours - Luxurious Ceramic White and Ceramic Black. In the above tweet, Agarwal claims the phone will come with a massive 12GB of RAM and a faintly ridiculous 1TB of inbuilt storage space. (These memory specifications align with earlier specs reports.)
In an accompanying blog post, Agarwal claims the Beyond X will rock a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, a 6.4-inch Infinity-O Super AMOLED display with Quad HD+ resolution and an In-display fingerprint sensor. It will also have much slimmer bezels compared to previous Galaxy smartphones courtesy of a new 'hole-punch' camera.
The high-end S10 models are expected to come with six cameras - three in the rear and two up front. The front cameras will reportedly be capable of 4K video recording.
We're still a week out from Samsung Unpacked 2019, but at this stage it seems there won't be any "one more thing" style surprises. Practically everything of any consequence has been leaked - which is perhaps the way Samsung likes it. You can follow the live stream next Friday here.
After months of relentless teasing, Samsung is finally set to unveil its folding smartphone for the first time. (The faux reveal at last year's Samsung Developer Conference doesn't count - you could barely see the thing.) Here's everything you need to know, including how to watch the event live.