Samsung is all into its upcoming Galaxy S10 lineup which is kicking off on February 20. The lineup will have four variants, as far we know now: Galaxy S10E (maybe you call it lite), Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and 5G Galaxy S10. To celebrate the 10th anniversary, the South Korean giant would release a special edition. And it could pack the massive 10GB of RAM and 1TB of internal storage.
According to the GSMArena, recently, one person has sent them info about the Galaxy S10 device. It is obvious, the name should remain anonymous. Talking about authenticity, the tipster said that info has been heard from Samsung representative who working with the Galaxy S10 prototypes. First off he said that the S10 lineup will have three devices with different screen sizes where the 5G handset will have screen size same as Galaxy S10 Plus have. And the 5.8-inch variant will not be called lite.
But, the most interesting is, this time Samsung might not have plans to keep the lite version with lower specifications. The base model of S10 will boast the same chipset and memory as others. In Galaxy S10 Plus’ case, fans will now have the option to go with the massive 12GB of RAM and 1TB of internal storage. Now, you can imagine the price by yourself.
The screen sizes and cameras will be as follows;
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus: 6.4-inches, three rear cameras
- Samsung Galaxy S10: 6.1-inches, three rear cameras
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite (for now): 5.8-inches, two rear cameras