New Galaxy S10 Leaks Revealed More Details About Samsung’s Anniversary Smartphone

Galaxy S10 will be the Samsung’s anniversary smartphone to celebrate ten years of the S series, and, with that in mind, the giant South Korean tech company plans to release an excellent phone with lots of features such as a taller display, three-camera system on its back, in-display fingerprint sensor, smoother software updates, 5G connectivity support, a Face ID alternative. Also, new Galaxy S10 leaks revealed more details on the upcoming flagship.

Steve Hemmerstoffer, better known on the Internet as OnLeaks, released some new details about Samsung Galaxy S10. According to him, the Samsung’s anniversary smartphone would be very distinguishable in comparison to the previous models since the South Korean tech company plans on releasing the upcoming flagship in “no less than 9” all-new gradient color schemes.

Samsung also seems confident in this decision, hoping to boost sales, following the example of other manufacturers, such as Huawei and other Chinese smartphones producers.

New Galaxy S10 leaks revealed that the next Samsung’s anniversary smartphone would come out in 9 all-new gradient color schemes

Last week, Samsung Mobile Division CEO DJ Koh teased Chinese media stating that the upcoming Galaxy S10 device would boast “amazing colors.” Now, according to OnLeaks (Steve Hemmerstoffer), Samsung plans to release Galaxy S10 in  9 all-new gradient color schemes. That’s precisely what Chinese smartphones already showed off for almost a year, now.

Above all, OnLeaks also announced that Samsung is getting closer to release the PVT (product validation testing) for its Galaxy S10. Accordingly, Galaxy S10 final build is just around the corner. If the variant to be proposed soon by the South Korean tech company passes its PVT phase, then that would be the final model which would be mass produced.

Needless to say, Samsung wants to offer more options of its customers by releasing Galaxy S10 in 9 all-new gradient color schemes, aiming to boost sales, following the example of Huawei, other Chinese smartphones, and, since recently, Apple which also launched its new iPhone XR model in not less than six color schemes.


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