In the recent times, there were reports about the much anticipated Samsung’s 10th anniversary Galaxy phones slated to release early next year. While the reports suggested that there would be three Galaxy S10 phones geared up for release, a new certification report has shed some more details regarding the line-up.
According to the report, new Samsung devices code-named SM-G975F/DS(dual SIM), and SM-G975X have been passed through the Russian certified Roasccredit (similar to US’ FCC certification). The certification details include the dual-SIM variant of the regular Galaxy S10 (SM-G975F) along with the larger variant of the Galaxy S10 smartphone that is expected to feature a massive 6.4-inch screen.
Initial reports suggested that the upcoming Galaxy S10 line-up would include three models bearing SM-G970F, SM-G973F, and SM-G975F model numbers. However, the latest report reveals Samsung planning a special 10th anniversary Galaxy S10 edition that would be 5G-enabled phone along with the standard S10 smartphones.
Further, the regular Galaxy S10s are expected to have two variants with 5.8-inch screens along with larger 6.4-inch display variant, and the expected 5G-enabled S10 would also most likely feature the bigger 6.4-inch as well.
The gripping elements about the next Galaxy line-up would be the implementation of recently announced Infinity display technologies at SDC 2018. The speculations imply that the Galaxy S10 would feature Infinity-O displays along with the industry’s latest Snapdragon 8150 processor alongside the Samsung’s Exynos 9820 chipset variants. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar to get the latest updates on smartphones.