While Samsung brews the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in its attic, rumors of Samsung’s Galaxy S10 have started to emerge.
Reports have emerged recently that claim that the Samsung Galaxy S10 would come in three variants. We’re already aware of Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, which are two variants. However, the third variant shall remain a mystery for some time. Concepts of the Samsung Galaxy S10 appeared earlier this week and it seems like the concept could actually line up with current reports.
The latest report claims that the Samsung Galaxy S10’s three variants would differentiate themselves between each another with the amount of camera sensors they would offer. Since this would be Samsung’s tenth S-series device, I wouldn’t mind to see an extra variant of the device making it appearance next year. The standard Samsung Galaxy S10 is said to pack one camera sensor, the second S10 variant to pack a rear dual camera setup and the third S10 variant to pack a triple rear camera setup. There’s no word on what these extra sensors would bring to the table. However, its most likely that Samsung would be taking the Huawei P20 Pro’s approach.
The second way the three variants would separate themselves is with their screen sizes as well. The first two variants of the S10 are said to pack a 5.8-inch displays. While the the last variant that packs a triple-camera setup would offer a 6.2-inch display.
The concepts from last week also suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S10 could come with an under-display fingerprint scanner and a transparent back. If true, I can’t wait to see what Samsung would actually bring to the table for their tenth anniversary.
If these rumors lineup correctly with the concepts from last week, we have quite a solid belief that these leaks could be true. Leaks and rumors that would emerge in the upcoming months should enhance our vision of the Samsung Galaxy S10. However, since these are rumors, take all of these details with a pinch of salt. Personally, its too early to focus on the S10. Keep your eyes peeled for the Note 9 for now that’s expected to launch in early August, this year.