There’s a rumor circulating that Samsung is planning to launch many variants of the Galaxy S10 sometime early next year and a new report may have revealed key details about one of those models. Samsung is said to be working on a “top secret” device that will have a total of six cameras and 5G support.

The top-tier variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is said to have four cameras on the back and two cameras up front, as reported by The Wall Street Journal. The report also said that the cameras will be able to deliver “richer photos and better spatial perception.” Based on the report’s wording, it’s very likely that Samsung will include 3D-sensing or better depth detection features on the cameras.

The rumored variant of the Galaxy S10 is allegedly being called internally as “Beyond X.” The other three variants are believed to be codenamed Beyond 0, Beyond 1 and Beyond 2. This Beyond X variant of the Galaxy S10 is said to have a 6.7-inch display. This would be slightly larger than the 6.4-inch display that’s expected on the Galaxy S10+, as pointed out by 9To5Google.

Another thing that will set this top-tier model of the Galaxy S10 apart from the other three variants is the inclusion of 5G support. The WSJ said on its report that Samsung will announce this variant at an event in February, which means that it could be unveiled during Mobile World Congress 2019. It is believed that this model might be released sometime in the spring, which is also when 5G networks are expected become available in some regions. The other three variants of the Galaxy S10 might be officially announced at CES 2019 in January with a possible release date of February.

The Beyond X variant of the Galaxy S10 is also said to have a similar feature that was first announced on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro: reverse wireless charging. This feature allows users to wirelessly charge any device with Qi wireless charging support by placing it on the back of the Mate 20.

There are already several rumors floating around about the Galaxy S10, including the addition of an Infinity O display. The Infinity O display comes with a circular cutout in the screen that is intended to house the front-facing camera. It’s also believed that three models of the Galaxy S10, including the Beyond X, will have an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner, while the budget version will have a side-mounted sensor.