The rumors ofthey already appear more often than ever and as there are usually some who suggest many logical and expected things, while others are expanding the opportunities a bit.
Here we collect the most important news that the Galaxy S10 will have, including the greatest opportunities we expect with others that although they are exciting, are less likely.
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A no-slip screen that integrates the camera
Samsung has already introduced the new Infinity-O screen, which avoids the use of eyebrows or notch and integrates a hole for the front camera directly on the screen.
The images have already been filtered out of how this Galaxy S10 screen looks and looks great. It is one of the most important and most sensitive novelties on this mobile phone.
This is a novelty already seen in several mobile phones, such as Vivo Nex and the recent OnePlus 6T. Rumors suggest that at least one Galaxy S10 would have this component directly on the screen, so that's possible.
In addition, it is speculated that the print reader would be ultrasound, offering greater precision and a wider detection area than the current one.
2019 will be a real start to 5G, or at least that's what's expected. The next generation of the mobile network promises better data for downloading and sending speeds. The phones like the Moto Z3 have already given us a taste of this.
Rumors say the Galaxy S10 will have 5G, but I do not think they will be all versions; Maybe it will be just a special version.
Four versions of the Galaxy S10
Rumors say Samsung plans to open up to four versions of the Galaxy S10 instead of just two, as expected (Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus). It is not clear which names they could have. It is expected that the two common versions will be released, another version 5G, and the other may be the Galaxy S10 of a higher rank than the Galaxy S10 Plus or simply a cheaper version of other models. At least that's what the rumors suggest.
Four rear cameras
Another rumor is that the Galaxy S10 will not have a dual camera like, nor three like o , but the company will pledge to integrate four rear cameras.
It is not clear what benefits will have to have so many cameras. The company presented itwith four cameras and that does not mean that there are many advantages over the Galaxy S9, but I think with three it may be enough.
Even, it's unclear whether the cheaper Galaxy S10 will have only one camera or at least two.
Another feature that I do not think there are many opportunities to become a reality is that the Galaxy S10 will have up to 12GB of RAM. Although it sounds exciting and I think it will be possible that next year we will see phones with this amount of RAM, the Galaxy S9 had 4GB of RAM and Galaxy S9 Plus 6GB RAM. Going out of that amount of 12GB of RAM is a huge leap and I do not think it has much sense.
In addition, thethere were up to 8GB of RAM, so I think that before reaching 12GB, the company will surely choose to integrate 10GB of RAM into a single model.
1TB of internal memory
1TB of storage goes a bit in line with the previous feature of the Galaxy S10, because going from 256GB (maximum storage of Galaxy S9) to 1TB is a big change that will not make much sense.
The company began offering 512GB of internal storage in Galaxy Note 9, so the change will still be overshadowed. Perhaps, the rumors made the mistake of providing 1TB of internal storage and would be only the maximum storage that could have the Galaxy S10, offering the same as Galaxy Note 9 (512GB internal and 512GB microSD) – something with much more sense
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