A few days ago the first details of the Samsung Galaxy S10, the handset with which the South Korean brand will celebrate the tenth anniversary of its Galaxy series, leaked. Accordingly, Galaxy S10 will have a version that will support 5G networks, as well as a larger screen and better cameras. Now, new leaks reveal that the future Samsung Galaxy S10 will come out with more RAM than expected.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks so far indicate that the S10 version that will include support for 5G networks will also have four main cameras. On the other hand, the handset would boast two selfies cameras on the front, one which would also serve for the face recognition system. According to the rumors, Galaxy S10 would also come with a ceramics back case, something that other manufacturers have already done in some of their high-end smartphones.
New details of the Samsung Galaxy S10 suggest 12 GB RAM and 1 TB Internal Storage
The Samsung Galaxy S10 would be the first smartphone in the world with 12 GB RAM. Something that at the moment, more than having practical applications at performance level, would serve to position itself as a reference in the market. But in addition to this, it also seems that the device could arrive with 1 TB of internal storage.
Besides, the rest of the details that emerged online for the moment suggest that there will be a Galaxy S10 Plus device with a 6.44-inch display and three main cameras. Also, there will be a more affordable version with a 5.8-inch screen and less RAM and internal storage. Also, S10 would come out with the brand new Snapdragon 8150, Qualcomm’s latest chipset that is expected to serve as a substitute for the Snapdragon 845 CPU that has been the superstar of the smartphone industry.
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.