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. Pre-orders will begin from the same date, and the phone will be released on March 8. Like it did with the S9, each model of S10 will reportedly have different cameras, with the S10 Plus sporting a single front camera and three rear cameras.
The other speculation is that Samsung may even release a special blockchain-focused smartphone, similar to what firms such as HTC and Sirin Labs have been doing in the recent times. Please let us know in the comment section below.
According to rumors, the fingerprint scanner on all three devices will be embedded in the display, and the recognition of owner by iris disappear.
Talking about the Galaxy S10 price, the source revealed that the Galaxy S10 Lite is going to cost £699 ($881). That matches up nearly exactly with what Apple did with the iPhone XS and XR this year, but in the case of the S10, the cheapest Lite version will also be the smallest size.
This information corresponds to the screen sizes leaked to Evan Blass by a case manufacturer last week. However, people weren't so sure about the other variants but just moments ago there was a leak that sheds more light on S10 Camera Configurations for all variants. The regular curved 6.1-inch display model is tipped to come with two storage options of 128GB or 512GB.
Coming to the storage variants, the Galaxy S10 Lite is expected to feature 128GB of internal storage and retail for £669 (Rs 60,700 approx.) in UK.
Today, via Reuters, we learned that Samsung will shut down one of its manufacturing plants in China. This model of the S10 is also said to feature a 6.7-inch screen and 5G support. Their new phone, the Samsung Galaxy A8s, ditched the traditional 3.5 mm audio port, leaving users to either use a Bluetooth or USB-C pair or use a USB-C-to-3.5 mm adapter. Doesn't look as if it'll have four cameras like the already-announced Galaxy A9, though.