The latest information regarding the Samsung Galaxy S10+ tells us that the phone might be named the Samsung Galaxy S10 Pro. This happened after a recent patent application filed by Samsung that suggested that the smartphone is going to have a new software. This new software will be called Neuro Game Booster. The Samsung Galaxy S10 series is one of the launches that users are most committed to. The leak that is being talked about has been tipped by Ice Universe, wherein there is a photo that shows the Galaxy S10+’s dual front cameras.
Galaxy S10+ leaked again, saw those two eyes? pic.twitter.com/92UW2HWInS
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) January 22, 2019
In the previous leaks, we have learnt that the Galaxy S10+ is going to sport an Infinity-O display design. This design is actually a selfie hole in the display meant to eliminate the notch. This variant will reportedly sport two holes on the top right edge, that corroborates with the past leaks. We think that the Samsung Galaxy S10+ is a prototype because in one picture the smartphone is sealed inside a case. Tipster Max J. cites from unconfirmed sources to suggest that the Ceramic version of the phone will come in black metallic finish.
In terms of pricing, the ceramic version of the Samsung Galaxy S10+ is going to cost EUR 1600 that is, in Indian currency, roughly Rs 1,29,600. According to reports, it has been confirmed that Samsung has applied for a new trademark at the European Union’s IP Office, for a software called the Neuro Game Booster. The application indicates that the Samsung Galaxy S10 series will be equipped with the Neuro Game Booster; and emphasised this on the premium variant. It is possible that the Samsung Galaxy S10+ being premium variant was the one being talked about here.
Samsung will most probably launch the S10 series at the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 20. Samsung will reportedly introduce a 5G variant smartphone as a part of this launch. The MWC is also happening during the month of February where smartphone brands are going to launch a plethora of devices. This includes the Oppo foldable smartphone. Stay tuned until then.
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