Right now, reports from the rumor mill suggest that Samsung will launch three Galaxy S10 smartphones this year. While reports of a 'fourth' smartphone with 5G surfaced too, there has been no credible corroboration of this report after the Wall Street Journal. Now, it looks as if this gadget has made a rare appearance on the rumor mill. Take a look below for more details.
Samsung Galaxy S10 With 5G Is Dubbed As SM-G977 Internally Claims Fresh Report - Gadget Might Be Limited To The US And South Korea
We've got an interesting report today courtesy of the good folks over at GalaxyClub. They claim to have seen information about the alleged fourth S10 variant which is also rumored to sport 5G. This gadget has its model number set as SM-G977.
GalaxyClub claims that this device is not as far ahead in the developmental cycle as the other three rumored Galaxy S10 smartphones. To recap., Samsung is rumored to launch three Galaxy S smartphones next year; an entry-level Galaxy S10 Lite, the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+.
Qualcomm centered its 2018 tech summit in Huawei earlier this month around 5G, despite the Snapdragon 855 being unable to directly support the technology. Samsung too has demoed 5G on what just might be a Galaxy S10 prototype.
Additionally, the information viewed by GalaxyClub suggests that the smartphone might be limited to the US and South Korea. The reason for this is that the publication has only seenthe SM-G977U (American) and SM-G977N (South Korean) variants. This report is interesting given a recent alleged pricing leak for next year's Galaxy S10 lineup. Samsung's highest-end Galaxy S10+ will reportedly cost more than $1500, and if the company launches a fourth gadget with 5G, then expect this price tag to increase.
The Korean tech giant is also rumored to equip the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ with FOD (Finger-On-Display) fingerprint sensors. Additionally, the Galaxy S10+ is also rumored to feature an ultra-wide angle rear camera sensor, and the S10 Lite will allegedly come in no less than five color variants. Of course, not that it needs saying, but keep the salt shaker at hand when evaluating this information.
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