Samsung Galaxy S10 Rumors
Feb 18, 2019

2019 marks the 10 year anniversary since Samsung launched their flagship smartphone and they are reportedly planning to ring in the occasion in a very big way. Not only are they planning on releasing the Galaxy S10, but there's a possibility they are unveiling the foldable smartphone during the February 20 Unpacked event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is rumored to come in four different variants of sizes and colors, ranging from 5.8 inches to big as 6.4 inches or 6.7 inches. The cheapest model could have a flat display while the largest and most expensive smartphone is rumored to support 5G. One of the most notable features of the rumored Galaxy S10 is the camera. It's possible it will carry six cameras with four in the back and two for selfie mode.

Several sites have leaked the different colors the S10 will come in: black, green, yellow and pearl. The Pearl color comes in shades of white, pink and blue while the Samsung logo on the back is white. The black colorway comes with a black backplate and clearly shows three lenses horizontally aligned on the back. 

In current news, there are speculations of a 1-terabyte storage chip that will most probably end in the rumored top-of-the-line special edition of the S10+.

 Samsung's newest smartphone seems to hold a lot of promise and the tech world can not wait till these products are out in the market.

Meanwhile, check out our Samsung products while you wait for the newest Samsung devices to drop.

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