The Samsung Galaxy S10 rumors are hitting the internet every single day. The latest rumors predict some crazy specification on the upcoming flagship. Analysts at GF Securities predict that the 5G version of the Galaxy S10 will pack 12GB of RAM and 1TB storage. In addition, the handset will have a massive 6.7” screen and quad camera on the back. Also, there will be two cameras on the front of the handset along with a Snapdragon 8150 SoC powering inside the smartphone.
These rumors are a scale up from the previous suggestions predicting 512GB of built-in storage. It is possible that the 1TB figure includes a 512GB microSD card in the slot. Well, the idea might have come from the Galaxy Note9 and its a marvelous solution for the current flagships.
Something that makes me feel aghast is the inclusion of 12GB of RAM. While we’ve seen smartphones with a 10GB ram in 2018, the 12GB of RAM is a bit more overkilled. We assume that the extra RAM in the Galaxy S10 will be powerful enough to run Linux on DeX. It seems to be a great desktop replacement, so the extra RAM won’t go to waste.
Rest, we assume that the 5G version of Galaxy S10 will have a ceramic back, and there will be four camera modules on the rear.