South Korean smartphone maker Samsung is getting ready with its newest upcoming flagship lineup of the Galaxy S10. And if the rumors are to be believed then the three variants of the phone that we will be treated to early next year have already leaked their model numbers.
We previously reported that the new Galaxy S10 series from Samsung may have three models and it seems there is some reliability on that news. The two regular models that follow the previous naming protocol have model numbers of SM-G970F and SM-G975F, similar to the previous series. But there is news of another model which Sammobile reports is named SM-G973F.
Reportedly Samsung has started testing out all its new S10 series devices and the current firmware version being used is XXU0ARI8. And it is expected that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will run Android 9.0 Pie out of the box. And there are even rumors that the company will be launching a 5G variant of the smartphone that will probably only be available in South Korea and the US, which happen to be the two countries where Samsung is pushing for 5G a lot. That variant is also expected to have a different model number.
Other rumors suggest that the screen size of the screen size of the Samsung Galaxy S10 would be 6.44-inches and have a larger aspect ratio as well. The two lower variants would possibly have a 5.8-inch display and come with a setup of dual-rear cameras and a single front camera.
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The SM-G975 model, which seems to be the costliest one is expected to feature a triple-rear camera setup and a dual-front camera setup.