Samsung Galaxy S10’s official release is right around the corner. 20th February is the date Samsung will be unveiling the S10 lineup. Samsung will be allegedly releasing 4 devices :
- 5.8in Galaxy S10 E
- 6.1in Galaxy S10
- 6.4in Galaxy S10 Plus
- A 5G version of the Galaxy S10
With just over a month left until the official announcement, leaks are rumors have started to surface regarding the devices
According to ETNews the 5G version of the Galaxy S10 will be called the Samsung Galaxy S10 X. This is due to two reasons. Firstly, ‘X’ is the Roman numeral for 10, and secondly, this will further allow Samsung to integrate terms such as ‘eXpansion’ and ‘eXperience’ in its marketing strategy. The S10 X will allegedly come with 1TB of internal storage, which is a bit overkill for a smartphone. Moreover, the camera just keeps increasing year by year, the phone will feature a rear quad camera setup. The S10 X will also come with an interesting new feature called ‘life pattern mode’. This feature will allow the device to adapt itself according to a user’s usage patterns.
The device will feature a massive 6.7″ display, and it will be accompanied with a 5000mAh battery. 12 GB RAM is to be expected on the device following in the footsteps of the Lenovo Z5 Pro GT.
Reports have emerged that the entry-level Galaxy S10 E ( S10 Lite) will be starting at $758. This will go as high as $1426 for the highest-end Galaxy S10 smartphone.
The S10 X will be released 3 weeks after its non-5G counterparts, which will be on the 28th of March.