There are hardly any smartphones that get as much attention as Samsung Galaxy S10’s lineup is getting even before its launch. The South Korean technology giant is expected to pack its tenth anniversary edition with extremely high-end features in order to make it a game-changer. And till now, the leaks and reports about the Samsung Galaxy S10 mobile phones really make them look very promising.
And now, a report has emerged in China which suggests that one Galaxy S10 variant could come with a massive 12GB of RAM. The same information had previously surfaced via an analyst report, but back then, it wasn’t too concrete.
But if the latest report in GF Securities (Hong Kong) is to be believed, then one model of Samsung Galaxy S10 will come with 12GB RAM clubbed with 1TB of storage. However, we should point out that at this point, this seems a little far-fetched because Samsung has not even launched a device with 10GB RAM yet. But then, even if it does launch an Android device with 12GB RAM, we should expect a hike in its price too.
Based on other reports that we have seen so far, all the models of Samsung Galaxy S10 have received the certification at CMIIT, China. It has also been reported that Samsung is launching four and not three devices as a part of its S10 lineup. The fourth model will come with a quad-camera at the back and sport dual cameras on the front panel for selfies. This variant is also expected to feature a 6.7-inch screen and come with 5G connectivity. If all these reports are correct, Samsung is really planning to go overboard with its S10 lineup.
Reports have also suggested that Samsung Galaxy S10 will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 processor or the company’s own Exynos 9820, depending upon the country. Samsung is also focussing on getting an all-screen experience in its upcoming flagship smartphone and it is being said that unlike Galaxy A8s, it wouldn’t have a camera hole. The company is expected to launch its Galaxy S10 smartphones at MWC 2019 along with its foldable phone.