Rumors and leaks around Samsung’s next flagship smartphone – Galaxy S10 – have already flooded the internet, although the phone is expected to launch in Q1, 2019. The anticipated Samsung Galaxy S10 is widely expected to see a new kind of display, and ‘very significant’ design changes. Adding to the list of rumors, Samsung will reportedly incorporate Mi MIX 3-like bezel-less display with screen-to-body ratio ,of 93.4 percent along with a much bigger battery.
According to AllAboutSamsung, the South Koran major might launch one of the variant of Samsung Galaxy S10 with a screen-to-body ratio of 93.4 percent and a big 4,000mAh battery. It is reported that Samsung will roll out three variants of the Galaxy S10 (could be 10th anniversary edition).
The company is expected to launch two premium models with curved displays and a flat-screen model. The high-end version is likely to sport a 6.44-inch display and feature triple rear camera setup with a telephoto lens and ultra wide-angle lens.
A recent teardown of the framework from the leaked version of Samsung Experience UI based on Android Pie revealed that there will be four devices with one offering 5G support. The Galaxy S10 is believed to be codenamed “beyond”, and the four models are internally referred to as “beyond 0”, “beyond 1”, “beyond 2” and “beyond 2 5G”.
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Additionally, the Samsung Galaxy S10 might follow on the footsteps of Apple iPhone XR, and arrive in multiple color options next year. Recent leaks have tipped that the phone to arrive in six finishes this year: Black, Grey, Blue, Red, Green and Yellow. In a tweet, OnLeaks claimed that the Korean company has locked these six colors for the flagship device, and they will also sport gradient finish similar to one offered by Huawei.