Samsung Galaxy S10 has three more months to go, official. Though the handset is far from its official launch, a lot of rumors of the handset are piling up each coming day. The latest news for Samsung Galaxy S10 arrives with a certification of the handset for the Russian markets.
The certification of the Galaxy S10 brings with itself the naming scheme for the Plus variant of the handset – SM-G975F / DS SM-G975F / SM-G975X. The letter “5” in the serial numbers denotes Plus model. We assume the ones with a “0” and “x” at the end will denote the regular Galaxy S10 model.
Analysts at GF Securities predict that the 5G version of the Galaxy S10 Plus will pack 12GB RAM. Also, there will be a whopping 1TB storage available. 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/ Exynos 9820 SoC powering inside the smartphone.
Rest, we assume that the 5G version of Galaxy S10 Plus will have a ceramic back, and there will be four camera modules on the rear. Note that the Galaxy S10 Plus will go official anywhere between February and April. My guess is we’ll see Samsung announce this guy in New York City.