The Samsung Galaxy S10 is going to be quite the feature-packed phone if the current rumours surrounding the device are to be believed. As it happens, there are a number of things being said that makes it a beast of a smartphone such as a triple camera setup, ultrasonic in-display fingerprint reader, Snapdragon 8150 and more. However, a recent leak has suggested some staggering numbers for the 5G variant of the Galaxy S10.
Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 at MWC 2019 next year, but it will not be showcasing all the variants. The 5G variant of the device, for instance, is set to be unveiled some time in April. As per a report by GizChina, this variant will apparently be having a mind-boggling 12 GB of RAM and up to 1 TB of internal storage. No, we didn’t recite out the specs of a gaming laptop, this a smartphone we are talking about.
The recently launched Xiaomi Black Shark Helo and Mi Mix 3 have been announced with 10 GB RAM and the Oppo Find X is also going to have a 10 GB RAM variant. However, the 12 GB RAM on the S10 happens to be the highest amount of RAM we have ever heard for a smartphone. The 1 TB storage, on the other hand, could be 512 GB internal along with 512 GB microSD card storage.
This 5G version of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to have a ceramic back and have four rear cameras out of which one is presumed to be coming with a 3D Time of Flight system which is used for distance mapping and 3D imaging tech. The phone could also come with a redesigned Infinity display which is expected to have minimal bezels.