Samsung, a leading smartphone manufacturer, is working on its upcoming flagship device – Galaxy S10 that is slated to be launched by early next year. According to the report from Gizmodo UK, the South Korean tech giant will be launching the forthcoming Galaxy S10 phone on February 20. The report also underlines that Samsung will be aiming for the smartphone unveiling ahead of the annual Mobile World Congress event which will happen in Barcelona. OnePlus Brand Ambassador Amitabh Bachchan's Samsung Galaxy S9 Malfunctions; Seeks Help From Fans on Twitter.
That is very much in line with previous rumours that we have already heard about Samsung’s 10th-anniversary model. Going by the market reports, the Galaxy S10 range is believed to include a 5.8-inch version which could be S10 Lite. Likely to be called as Beyond 0, the Lite variant is expected to feature a flat screen in spite of a curved one. On the other hand, the regular S10 and S10 Plus variants are reportedly believed to feature a 6.1-inch and 6.4-inch display screens. Samsung Galaxy A8s With Snapdragon 710 SoC is World’s First In-display Camera Smartphone.
If the market rumours and several reports are to believed, the prices for the Samsung Galaxy S10 flagship phone is expected to start from $881 (S10 Lite) and could go up till $1765 (S10+ 1TB).
However, it is hard to imagine if a user wants that much of space on his/her smartphone. So, we speculate that the company might introduce the phone in the form of a special edition, as per the report from The Wall Street Journal. The report also highlighted that the smartphone could feature a 6.7-inch display screen with six cameras as well as 5G support.
However, the other models from Galaxy S10 are likely to be packed with triple-camera modules, ultra-sonic fingerprint sensor, and company’s all-new UI software on top of Android Pie. It is also speculated that the company might introduce a punch-hole front instead of a notch, which will be identical to the one we have already seen on Galaxy A8s and Honor View 20.
As far as the Galaxy line-up is concerned, the year 2019 will be crucial for the South Korean smartphone maker. So anticipate more rumours and leaks doing rounds in the market, ahead of the official launch.