Premium Galaxy S10 expected to feature 12GB of RAM and 5G

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According to Phone Arena, the S10 will have curved 6.1-inch AMOLED display with a single punch hole, while the Galaxy S10 Plus model will have a curved 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with larger opening to accommodate two cameras.

Samsung's Galaxy S10 series will apparently feature reverse wireless charging.

We've already addressed the front-facing cameras on the Galaxy S10 and S10+, but what about the rear-facing ones? It also suggests minimal top and side bezels, with a small chin on the bottom. However, Samsung could finally ditch the audio jack on the Galaxy Note 10.

The Infinity-O display is going to be a major highlight of the Galaxy S10 smartphones.

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Falling under Samsung's Galaxy Tab A range, the device is expected to be a mid-range tablet, not flagship. Rs 1,28,000). One of the starting points for these price rumours could have been the Chinese foldable phone FlexPai, which is being sold at around $1,800 and expected to ship later this year. The Galaxy S10 Plus will have two cameras up front. There'll be one front-facing camera on the Lite model, too, just like the Galaxy S10.

The Galaxy S10 will be featuring 148.9 x 70.9 x 7.8mm. The hole in the display on the Galaxy S10 seems way less obstructive in these renders, but it remains to be seen what will all that look like in real life. Many of these details usually emerge from the vendors of components, although, in the case of Samsung, their own subsidiaries make some of the key components.

This speaker will be more like an Earpiece for the phone, rather than a loudspeaker. The dimensions are not available for the Galaxy S10 Lite, but the rumors claim that the phone will include a 5.8-inch display. At the latest for the Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona it should be so far, perhaps even before.