Ahead of early 2019 launch we’re in for full Samsung Galaxy S10 rumors, and there have already been a variety of reports regarding the phone’s Infinity-O display, leaked screen protectors and the 5G version of the handset. Now we hear that the Galaxy S10 will be launched with 12GB of RAM and 1TB of onboard storage variant.
The 12GB RAM, 1TB built-in Storage variant will be a 5G variant of the Galaxy S10 that is being planned as the 10th-anniversary model by the Samsung. Samsung Galaxy S10 5G variant is internally named “Beyond X”, and the smartphone will pack a 6.7-inch display screen.
The Smartphone will also be arriving with six cameras including 3 Rear and 2 Front cameras, and the South Korean giant is likely to unveil the Galaxy S10 top-end model along with other three models at an event in February the coming year. The three different model smartphones will sport a different number of cameras on offer.
The latest report from Hong Kong-based GF Securities reveal that Samsung is in plans to unveil the Galaxy S10 with 12GB of RAM and will also have 1TB of onboard storage, but the details of whether it is expandable via microSD card is not known yet……Read More>>