The Galaxy S10 is shaping up to be an interesting flagship series, with Samsung seemingly throwing every single innovation it can think of at the phone. The latest little tidbit which has dropped on the internet is that the phone will carry a crazy 12GB of RAM and 1TB of space.
According to a report published by analytical firm GF Securities and picked up by GizChina, the Galaxy S10’s 5G variant will be benefitting from all this raw power and storage. To recap, the rumor mills are expecting four versions to emerge in February 2019 namely a basic, standard, Plus, and 5G model.
5G Samsung Galaxy S10 Specs
It’s the 5G Galaxy S10 which has caught everyone’s attention since it seems to be on another level of premium. Speculation so far suggests that it’ll have a massive 6.7-inch screen, bigger than any of the others. It may also grab six cameras, with two located at the front and four at the back.
Interestingly, there are stories flying about that Samsung is going to implement an Infinity-O notch design for the flagship lineup. This basically means that there might be a hole punched in the top-left corner of the panel for the selfie lens.
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If the 5G Galaxy S10 really does have two front-facing snappers, it may have two holes awkwardly placed in the corner. We’re not sure how the status bar will deal with such a disruption, but we sure hope the company comes up with something good. Otherwise, people may not be willing to buy such an eyesore.
The main shooters at the back are reportedly going to include a very special 3D camera which will take advantage of Time of Flight (ToF) technology to calculate distance. This will probably come in useful when playing AR games, an area which Samsung hasn’t really explored.