Samsung Galaxy S10 Might Have A 12GB RAM/1TB ROM Variant

Rumours of Samsung Galaxy S10 surfaces on the internet with some amazing specs. Could it be a 5G device

He then removed it from Twitter but SlashLeaks posted it on YouTube. shows us a brief hands-on experience with the rumored Lenovo Z5s phone: We're looking at a smartphone that features an all-screen design with a tiny bezel at the bottom and a camera hole at the top, where the notch would usually be found.

The first Samsung smartphone with a new type of display Infinity-O - with a round cutout for the front camera in the upper left corner - will also be the first in the line of Galaxy device without analog audio connection. We're talking about a different, but equally intriguing feature.

Rumours of Samsung Galaxy S10 surfaces on the internet with some amazing specs. Could it be a 5G device

Also, it is clear that Samsung has greatly improved the aspect ratio from 18.5:9 used with Galaxy A6 and flagship smartphones like Galaxy S9 and further, this particular model uses a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. Samsung said that this much news is sufficient for the users to decide that if they want to buy a smartphone or not. However, there might be one thing that the Galaxy S10 can not do. Apple explored the same technology and has patents for similar fingerprint sensor solutions, but those never made it into any of Apple's products.

Well, this time around Samsung might double the storage on the Samsung Galaxy S10. Samsung enthusiasts are eagerly waiting for the launch of Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Lite, and Galaxy S10 Plus that will bring a number of firsts such as 5G technology, Infinity-O display, Exynos 9820 SoC, and others. That same report said the launch would happen in March. The two firms are also competitors in the iPad supply chain for iPad touch module orders, alongside TPK Holdings. The Galaxy Note & "S" series are considered to be a benchmark for others thanks to a ton of and emphasis put into the phones. The Galaxy S10 is expected to be revealed in February next year and will probably be seen at next year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.



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