13 November 2018
The leaks and rumors on the Samsung Galaxy S10 have already started and in fact, they are coming quite frequently. Some of the recent reports of the Galaxy S10 hint at some different specifications, which means it isn’t going to be just a normal upgrade over the predecessor but much more than that.
Samsung will launch its UFS 3.0 (Universal Flash Storage) technology in 2019 and the same tech is expected to be embedded into the Galaxy S10 as well. Also, the device is expected to come with graphene batteries which have the property of holding the power for a long time.
Now, a leaked document posted by a user on Chinese microblogging platform Weibo suggests that the 5G version of the Galaxy S10+ will feature 12GB RAM. Well, this is something no other smartphone has ever had it before.
The document mentions the name of the 4 variants of the Galaxy S10, one being simply the standard version with 4GB RAM, second is a Plus model with 6GB RAM, the third one is Galaxy S10X with 8GB RAM, and the fourth variant with the name Galaxy S10X 5G featuring the whopping 128GB RAM. Well, the authenticity of this document can’t be proved but we can have in the pages of the history as we proceed and gain more insights on this model.
Well, on the other hand, if this document is true, we would see the top-of-the-line version of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S10 with the power of 5G as well. It’s going to be a powerhouse device which may be capable of handling complex tasks without any difficulty.