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Samsung Galaxy S10 Likely To Get Unveiled At World Mobile Congress 2019

Galaxy S10 is expected to get rolled out in three different variants- Galaxy S10, S10 Lite, and S10+

Rumor mills have it that Samsung might unveil the highly anticipated Galaxy S10 at World Mobile Congress 2019 (MWC 2019), which is expected to take place in February next year in Barcelona, Spain, reported My Smart Price. The smartphone maker has previously used the MWC stage to launch its Galaxy S7 and S8 smartphones in the past. As 2019 is going to mark the 10th anniversary of Samsung’s Galaxy range of devices, expectations from Samsung Galaxy S10 in terms of specs and features has increased manifolds.

According to rumors, Galaxy S10 will be rolled out in three different variants- Galaxy S10, S10 Lite, and S10+. While the base variant is expected to come with a single camera, the other more expensive variants are likely to feature a triple-rear camera setup and an in-display fingerprint sensor.

In terms of specs, Samsung Galaxy S10 is speculated to feature a 5.8-inch curved screen with a triple-rear camera setup and an in-display fingerprint sensor. The Galaxy S10 Lite is expected to sport a 5.8-inch straight screen, a single rear camera, and side-mounted fingerprint sensor. The last of the lot and the top of the three models, the Galaxy S10 Plus, is going to have the largest screen with its size being 6.4-inches. Rumor has it that this variant will get an under-display fingerprint scanner, a triple rear camera setup and the futuristic 5G network support for blazing fast internet speeds.

All the three handsets are likely to be powered by the same SoC- the Exynos 9820 SoC which is rumored to have a dedicated NPU integrated into it.

It’s better to take the information with a big pinch of salt as nothing yet has been confirmed about Samsung Galaxy S10’s specs, features, and price or release date details.

Caroline Finnegan

A professionnal journalist for the past ten years, I cover global news and economic affairs for The Chief Observer.

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