In 2009, Samsung released its first Galaxy S device. Thus, in 2019 the flagship series of the South Korean tech giant would celebrate ten years of existence. Accordingly, many expect something big, and that could be the S10 flagship smartphone. Today, the device’s codename and color variants add up to the list of Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks, thanks to Ice Universe.
Samsung Galaxy S10 to come out with the next-gen Qualcomm CPU and 5G connectivity
While nothing is officially released yet regarding the upcoming Samsung flagship’s technical specs, some rumors talk about many new features and improvements Galaxy S10 would boast.
Accordingly, Samsung Galaxy S10 might come out with 5G connectivity, even though Samsung announced that this one would not be their first device to support the new network standard. On the other hand, the upcoming smartphone would pack the next-gen Qualcomm CPU for mobiles, the next year’s Snapdragon chipset.
Other rumors also talked about an in-display fingerprint sensor and a triple camera system on the back.
Ice Universe leaks Samsung Galaxy S10 codename and color variants
The renowned leakster, Ice Universe, who contributed to the majority of the leaks of other significant devices, now added to new rumors to the list of Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks.
According to him, Galaxy S10’s codename is “Beyond,” while its possible color variants would be black, green, white, pink, and silver. Even though Ice Universe made some right predictions in the past, it’s somehow hard to believe that Samsung won’t release its S10 flagship in other colors, such as gold, pink gold, or blue.
Keep in mind that all these information are only some Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks, some rumors that may or may not prove correct after all. And, as the future Samsung flagship smartphone would come out in 2019, many things could change until then.
Jackson Bey was born and raised in Lethbridge Alberta but moved east when he was 22. Apart from running his own consulting firm. Jackson spends his time canoeing the many lakes of Ontario. As a financial journalist Jackson has published stories for CBC Business Online, as well as Buzz Feed and Motherboard. As a contributor to Billionaire 365, Jackson mostly covers markets and trade.