Samsung is gearing up for January 2019 when it will finally unveil the next generation of its Samsung Galaxy flagship smartphone aka Samsung Galaxy S10. Apparently, before a new smartphone could make it to the market, there are hundreds of thousands of reports on the features, design, and elements that it might have and similarly, Samsung Galaxy S10 is no different. According to the latest gossips, Samsung is planning to launch not one but three different sizes of Galaxy S10 in Spring next year.
As per the statement made by Ming-Chi Kuo, TF International analyst, the Korean giant will ditch its protocol of launching high-end smartphones in two sizes by launching three different variants of the Galaxy S10 with different screen sizes similar to how Apple is planning to unveil its iPhone lineup this year in three or maybe more different sizes. Talking about Galaxy S10, it will be available from its smallest size of 5.8-inch (Beyond 0) to 6.1-inch (Beyond 1, Galaxy S10+) and 6.4-inch (Beyond 2, Galaxy S10+) display.
Reports suggest that Samsung Galaxy S10 will use the ‘Infinity Display’ that was introduced with Galaxy S8 and then, Galaxy S9 but there is a twist. One of the most anticipated features Galaxy S10 will bring is an ultrasonic fingerprint-on-display (FOB) reader thereby ditching the fingerprint sensor on the rear panel. The two high-end variant of Galaxy S10 i.e. 6.1-inch and 6.4-inch versions will have FOB while the 5.8-inch will have a fingerprint reader sensor mounted on its side.
What’s more? The large screen S10 might get three cameras mounted on its back along with 3D-sensing camera mounted in the front for facial recognition. Samsung will officially launch all the versions of Galaxy S10 and S10+ at the CES 2019 to be held in January 2019. There are reports suggesting the launch of Galaxy X, Samsung’s first foldable smartphone which has a price tag of $2,000 which is double the price tag fetch by Apple iPhone X 256gb i.e. $1600. As of now, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is slated to release on August 9 which will give a glimpse of what has changed post-Note 8 launch.