Samsung Galaxy S10 – The Beast is Coming
Get ready to celebrate the new year with Samsung Galaxy S10 with up to 5 cameras equipped. The development phase is going on for three different variants of Galaxy S10 with different specifications and camera modules alongside Fingerprint on Display.
According to TheBell, a well-known Korean medium, that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will not only come in three versions but there will be a fourth. One with the Exynos 9820 on board, like the other three models, but with a 5G modem stitched to the additional motherboard, in the form of limited edition and bound for South Korea and some other country more, because the 5G will have little demand in the next year.
Samsung has finalized its Flexible Printed Circuit Board (FPCB) supplier outline for Galaxy S10’s Camera Modules and FOD. These suppliers are South Korea’s Daeduck GDS and NewFlex joining forces with Samsung Electro-Mechanics (SEMCO).
According to rumours, the Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone range will also ship in five colours – Pink, Green, Silver, Blue, and Black. A new YouTube video from prominent designer ConceptCreator, we can have a good idea of what those stunning new finishes will look like in the flesh.
As per the rumours, the high-end Galaxy S10 Plus will come with five cameras, 2 in the front and 3 on the rear. The Galaxy S10 (regular version) will come with 4 cameras 1 in the front and 3 on the rear. The Galaxy S10 (Entry Level) will feature three cameras including 1 on the front and 2 on the rear.
The source revealed that Daeduck GDS is also selected as the mainstream supplier of FPCB for FOD, which will be featured in top-tier Galaxy S10 models allowing users to access the fingerprint reader from the display instead of the rear or any featured button.
Next year is the Galaxy S-series’s 10th anniversary and Samsung may be preparing to kickstart 2019 by introducing an awesome set of Galaxy S10 devices. These phones are also expected to grow Samsung’s quarterly revenue from Smartphone division, which is currently struggling to score any good results for the company.