Samsung’s Official Website Accidentally Leaked the Galaxy S10 Names – Galaxy S10 Lite the Name of the More Affordable Device [Updated]
As most of you are aware, Samsung reportedly intends to launch a total of three Galaxy S10 models in 2019. One would be seen as the iPhone XR competitor, while the remaining two would be high-end models. Of course, if you want the best of the best, then you will settle for nothing less than the Galaxy S10 Plus. This time, Samsung might not have been careful with its smartphone launch plans, as the names of the upcoming series were allegedly leaked.
Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 Lite Are the Names of the Upcoming Devices, According to Leakster
Information shared via Ice Universe stumbled upon Twitter, but as we attempted to scour that juicy leak ourselves, we could not seem to locate it. It appears that the leakster had removed the tweet, but that did not stop others from sharing this valuable information on Reddit. This is the place where you can find all sorts of info according to your taste, and it appears that lots of them are awaiting the arrival of the Galaxy S10 series.
The cheapest one, as we’ve mentioned above, will be the Galaxy S10 Lite, which is expected to sport a single rear camera solution, followed by the regular Galaxy S10, which will boast a dual-rear-camera. Both might feature a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED screen. However, the Galaxy S10 Plus might ship with a massive 6.44-inch display using the same screen technology, and it might offer a triple-camera sensor setup at the back as well.
Samsung has also been rumored to launch a 5G-capable version of the Galaxy S10 Plus, but it will likely be for limited markets, including South Korea. Keep in mind that even after 5G networks have successfully rolled out, it will take some time for the infrastructure to branch out to different regions. So, it is highly unlikely that every place you decide to visit will provide 5G connectivity support in 2019.
All devices are expected to be powered by either Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8150, or Samsung’s Exynos 9820. These are going to be made on the 7nm FinFET technology, resulting in better power efficiency and performance. The Korean giant has not provided an exact announcement date for these devices, but it is more than possible that we’ll be seeing the company at the MWC 2019 trade show.
Which model do you plan to upgrade to in the future? Tell us your thoughts down in the comments.
Updated: The names of the devices actually came from SamMobile and not Samsung’s official website. Ice Universe has apologized for this mistake
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