Samsung Galaxy S10s to have ‘very significant’ changes

  • The largest among three flagship smartphones to feature penta-camera setup
Technology

SEOUL – Samsung has confirmed to launch S series flagship Galaxy S10 with major changes in design.

Samsung’s CEO told Chinese media that the flagship smartphone will come with “very significant” changes.

Unfortunately, the executive did not provide any detail on the kind of changes.

On a separate design note, the CEO has revealed that there will be very “amazing” colors on offer when it comes to the Galaxy S10.

The South Korean tech giant is expected to unveil Galaxy S10 at MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2019 in February.

Galaxy S10 is expected to come in three variants and the largest of the three will feature five cameras (three on the rear and two up front).

The other two, on the other hand, are expected to stick to a singular sensor up front and just two on the rear. Internally, however, all three will be powered by the same Exynos 9820 processor.

Samsung to launch Galaxy S10 Plus with five cameras

Other reports also suggest that the Galaxy S10 trio will feature Qualcomm’s latest ultrasonic reader for in display fingerprint reader.