It seems like Samsung is planning to shape things up even further this year in the design department. New leaks and reports have emerged suggesting that the Samsung is planning to shake up its material choices.
Courtesy of Ice Universe, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus would be bumping its RAM and storage capacity by a huge margin this year. According to the tipster, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus would pack 12GB of RAM along with 1TB of internal storage. In addition to that, the tipster also suggested the introduction of a ceramic body that seems to be exclusive to the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus for being the beefiest of the bunch.
The Galaxy S10+ 12GB/1TB version will have a ceramic back cover. This ceramic has a special process that is not only scratch resistant but also resistant to falling, but the weight will increase. This is the most advanced version of the S10+. There is a metallic luster. – Ice Universe via Twitter
The tipster further added that the ceramic that Samsung is planning to use on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus would not only be shiny, but would also be strong enough to withstand general drops despite being heavier than 210g this time around. And for those who are unaware about ceramic, brands that have used ceramic on their phones in the past have always enjoyed an incredible experience being scratch-resistant while maintaining the feel of a glass-back phone. However, since ceramic is brittle, drops could easily break a large chunk of the body resulting in a massive disappointment and repair cost.
That’s a ton of new information that has come to light regarding the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. Regardless of what previous leaks have suggested, it seems like there would be no Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Edition given that many tipsters who claimed the existence of the device have simply dropped it from their topics for now. If the device actually exists, this could mean that Samsung could potentially delay the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Edition until 5G matures in a number of regions.
What remains to be confirmed aside from the leaks is the introduction of UFS 3.0 storage on the Galaxy S10 as we had speculated last year. If Samsung managed to pull this off, albeit on the higher-end models, this could be ground-breaking after Chinese competition continued to bombard Samsung’s market share last year.
With Samsung announcing the date and venue for the Galaxy S10’s UNPACKED event, there’s a ton of expectations that we had inside ourselves that have to be met with this launch. Can’t wait to see what Samsung pulled out of their magic hat this year. The countdown continues…