The Samsung Galaxy S10 series will be the 10th anniversary Galaxy S flagship phone from the company. Previous reports have revealed that the Galaxy S10 will be arriving in four variants. The fourth variant of the phone is expected to carry support for 5G connectivity. Fresh information shared by SamMobile reveals that the Galaxy S10 5G will be arriving with ceramic body whereas the other models will be available in gradient colors.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 with model number SM-G973 is expected to arrive with a 5.8-inch display and a dual camera setup. The other S10 variant that has a model number of SM-G75 may feature a 6.44-inch screen and a triple camera unit. Both of these premium versions of the Galaxy S10 models are expected to be available in gradient color options.
The highest Galaxy S10 edition that is enabled with 5G connectivity has a model number of SM-G975F. It is speculated to house a massive display of 6.7 inches and 512 GB of native storage. Also, the smartphone is now rumored to sport a ceramic chassis and it will be available in Black and White color choices. If this rumor comes true, it will be the first ever Samsung phone to sport a ceramic build. According to Mohs scale of hardness, the durability of ceramic material is very close to diamond and sapphire.
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A recent Bloomberg report had claimed that the Galaxy S10 5G model will feature dual selfie lenses and four rear cameras. The Galaxy S10 models are speculated to get unleashed at the in February next year. Except for the 5G model, the other variants of the S10 may become available for pre-orders instantly, but its 5G edition may hit the market by the end of Q1 or early Q2 2019.