Samsung Galaxy S10 is about to go official on February 20, and the rumor mills are adding to our excitement. Today, we’ve got a lot of information on the Galaxy S10 lineup from our reliable sources.
One such reliable source is CompareRaja, and it confirms some of the signification features on the Galaxy S10 lineup. With that said, the Galaxy S10 and S10+ once again confirm to get an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint reader. Additionally, both the smartphones will get available in Black, White, Blue, and Green. Also, the source confirms that the Galaxy S10+ will have a Dual-selfie camera on the front.
In contrast, the Galaxy S10 Lite will get a fingerprint reader on the aluminum frame, instead. Well, this goes to the low effective cost of the handset, in comparison. The Galaxy S10 Lie will also get a Yellow color option, to compete the iPhone XR color schematics. The handset will target the Youth, and it will get official on AT&T networks with 5G E. Note that 5G E is the standard LTE network, and it’s not the real 5G +.
That’s not all! We’ve got another set of information on the Galaxy S10 lineup. A tipster on Twitter unveils that the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup will be the worlds first one that will get LPDDR5 memory chips for next-generation smartphones.
The LPDDR5 memory chips are about 30% more power efficient than the LPDDR4X chips. Also, these chips can attain up to 1.5x faster data transfer speeds of around 6,400Mbps.
Samsung believes that these chips can enhance the AI performance on its 5G smartphones lineup. We can expect the company to implement these chips in all three smartphones in the lineup.