Samsung has seemingly made a decision to keep its Galaxy S10 branding. According to Apple Insider, the company's "Infinity Flex Display" was meant to showcase the future of mobile phone design, with a clamshell that opens up to show a large 7.3-inch touchscreen. Huawei is constantly chasing Samsung and OnePlus has also stolen lots of customers.
Previous rumors suggest that at the launch we will see at least three variant of the Galaxy S10, namely the Lite model, standard version, and device Plus. Let us know your opinion below in the comments. However, the company updated the article with a generic render at the time of filing this story.
Of course, Samsung used to do that before - the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7 both came in "normal" and "edge" variants. The remaining two models will also get an in-display fingerprint reader, but it's not confirmed if it's an optical sensor or the more advanced ultrasonic model.
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The camera setup will be a change for the iPhone XR successor as the existing model has a single camera on the back. Only the day before yesterday, Apple cut down its production estimates for the 2018 iPhone lineup.
The standard Galaxy S10 could launch with dual camera set-up on the rear and a single front-facing shooter. The Galaxy A7 has a camera configuration very similar to the Galaxy A9, just that it skips the 10MP telephoto camera. As far as the rumored specifications are concerned, the watch is expected to come with Tizen and not Wear OS.
The top-of-the-range S10 Plus is expected to have a 6.4-inch screen and a 4,000mAh battery. All of these phones will sport a glass back, and will generally look the same, but will be different in the size department, and the Galaxy S10+ will also differ in terms of cameras.
That said, Forbes hints that the low-tier Galaxy S10 Lite with a flat-edged display will ship for $845 (for 128GB ROM variant) while the standard Galaxy S10 will slightly cross the $1,000 mark. That gives it an overall power storage of up to 6,200mAh.