We have heard a number of rumors about the new Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus smartphones and now we have more details on the handsets. We previously hear that the device will get a major new design.
The guys from the XDA Developers have discovered that there will be four different versions of the Samsung Galaxy S10 at launch. These four models were discovered in the Android 9.0 software for the Galaxy S9+.
The first version of the handset will be the Samsung Galaxy S10, this device will come with a 5.8 inch display, a single lens rear camera and a side mounted fingerprint scanner. This will apparently be the cheapest of the four handsets.
The next version will be another 5.8 inch Galaxy S10m this handset will come with dual rear cameras and more upgrades.
The third device will be the Galaxy S10 Plus, this handset will feature a 6.44 inch display and it will come with triple rear cameras and dual front facing cameras.
The final version will be another Galaxy S10 Plus, this handset will have a 6.44 inch display, dual front cameras, triple rear cameras and 5G connectivity. Samsung are expected to launch these new handsets in early 2019, probably at Mobile World Congress next February.
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