A Galaxy S10 Variant Just Cleared A Major Developmental Step In Russia


After a brief pause, Samsung's Galaxy S10 lineup is once again surfacing on the rumor mill. We've seen big features reported for the lineup, as Samsung appears to be intent at making a big comeback with the lineup. Now, the Galaxy S10+ has passed an important stage in its development in Russia. Head over below for the details.

The Samsung Galaxy S10+ Gets Certified In Russia Completing An Important Milestone For Its Development

Right now, it's expected that Samsung will launch four Galaxy S10 smartphones next year. While this sounds a bit far-fetched for our comfort, one of the reports making this claim is from the Wall Street Journal. According to the report, Samsung is preparing a special Galaxy S10 gadget, that will not only mark the lineup's tenth anniversary but also feature 5G and four rear camera sensors.

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Now, the SMG975F and SMG975X have passed through the Rosaccredit. Like the US' FCC and China's MIIT, the Rosaccredit is a certification agency for the Eastern European/Asian country. It's expected that the SM-G97X is the internal codename for Samsung's Galaxy S10 lineup. Additionally, the certification also lists a dual-SIM variant of the Galaxy S10. This gadget is dubbed as 'DS-SMG975'.

Additionally, we believe that the SM-G975 refers to the 6.4" Galaxy S10+, courtesy of a report from notorious tipster Ice_Universe. However, Ice_Universe shared the report at a time when there were no rumors for the aforementioned fourth S10 variant. Given the 'exact match' nature of this information, it's likely that today's device is indeed the Galaxy S10+.

The 'regular' Galaxy S10+ is rumored to feature three rear cameras, an Infinity-O display and ultrasonic fingerprint recognition. Samsung will also launch a special ceramic variant of the device suggests a report. Samsung's mythical 5G enabled Galaxy S10 variant will also feature a screen larger than 6.4", making it the largest S smartphone in the company's history.

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