Samsung Galaxy S10 variant more likely to boast 12GB of RAM, 1TB storage

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Samsung could launch as much as four variations of the Galaxy S10 next 12 months in MWC 2019.

Hardly any smartphones command as much attention as Samsung’s coveted Galaxy S lineup. The Galaxy S9 was more of an iterative upgrade this season, and most are anticipating Samsung to visit all guns blazing on the Galaxy S10. Up to now, leaks and gossips make it look really encouraging. A new report due to China is recommending a Galaxy S10 variant could include a whopping 12GB of Ram memory. Now, this is previously hinted via an analyst statement, but it was only a projection.

As per a new report by GF Securities (Hong Kong), Samsung will probably release a 12GB RAM smartphone. Furthermore, it might be followed by 1TB of storage space. Now, this will seem too much extended as Samsung hasn’t even released a 10GB Ram memory device yet, and if the business made the leap to 12GB, it could definitely increase prices of the device. However, with Samsung doing a quantity of firsts using its A-series, there’s no informing the actual world number 1 could do next. Xiaomi’s Dark Shark Helo smartphone was the first ever to rock and roll 10GB of Ram memory.

Predicated on the leaks we’ve find so far, there will be at least three types of the Galaxy S10 which have previously received qualification at CMIIT, China. However, a fresh statement popped up weekly back suggesting an alleged 4th model with quad-camera at the trunk, and dual video cameras at the front end. Furthermore, the handset would have a gigantic 6.7-inch screen, and 5G capability. It appears the smartphone manufacturer plans to overload with the Galaxy S10, and with each one of these rumoured specifications, we may just visit a 12GB model.

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The Galaxy S10 will also boast the most recent Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 SoC or Samsung’s home-brewn Exynos 9820 fabricated on the 8nm process, dependant on the spot. A leaked display protector popped up two times back uncovering an all-screen design recommending you will see no camera openings like the Galaxy A8s. Since it stands, there is certainly no one tale regarding the real look of the 10th wedding anniversary Galaxy S flagship. Samsung is further rumored to be starting these devices at MWC 2019, where we also desire to start to see the Galaxy F (foldable) in Feb.