Come March 2019 and Samsung would be announcing its next flagships in the main Galaxy series. But in an image carried by the Chinese website Weibo, it can be seen that there are four models of the Samsung Galaxy S10 in the offing. These are the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S10 X, and Galaxy S10 X 5G. The last one has caught the interest of the observers for two reasons; one is this might be the first 5G enabled phone commercially launched. The other is that the image shows its RAM at a humongous 12 GB, beating the 10 GB that Xiaomi’s Mi Mix 3 has.
More Details Leaked by Weibo
Some of the other information to emerge out of the Chinese site include the size of the display screens. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will sport a 5.8 inch screen while the top end 5G enabled Galaxy S10 5G will have a large 6.44-inch display. The RAM will vary from 4 GB on the lowest end to 8 GB on the Samsung Galaxy S10X. Interestingly, there is another phone, from the Huawei stable, the Huawei P30 Pro that is likely to sport a 12 GB RAM.
Triple Camera Setups in the Rear Likely
When it comes to the camera setup, at least 2 of the 4 phones being discussed here, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy S10X can be expected to be fitted with 3 shooters in the back panel and the likely combination will be 16 MP + 12 MP + 13 MP. The other disclosure is the ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor. This again would feature in the Galaxy S10 + and the Galaxy S10X variants.
On internal storage, the rumors now leaked, 128 GB will be the internal storage in the Samsung Galaxy S10 standard edition. There is no clarity if the higher end phones will have 256 GB storage or not. This is raised since the Galaxy S9 already has 256 GB ROM and going back to 128 GB might appear strange. Storage levels could reach crazier levels in the future models of phones with 1TB internal storage possible in about 3 years. As far as these new Samsung Galaxy S10 series phones are concerned, one might see the UFS 3.0 released and a couple of phones in this launch coming with the feature.
It will not be out of place to expect the latest iteration CPUs and the Android Pie OS will be featured in these Samsung phones whenever launched.