Will Samsung Create Three Galaxy S10 Models?

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As at the beginning of this year, Samsung also has plans to roll out its flagship smartphone next year, the Galaxy S10. In fact, recently there was an insider from Samsung who spoke to Bloomberg about his plan.

Mentioned, the electronic giant from the State of Gingseng is preparing three devices that they will introduce and all of them enter the Galaxy S10 Series . One of them is even claimed to be a smartphone that is ready to support 5G network connectivity.

Have three models, the highest Galaxy S10 will be packed with a curved AMOLED screen that has a size of 5.8 inches. In addition, Samsung will also insert three cameras on the back, have a fingerprint scanner on the screen and the selfie-camera is below the screen.

The “Plus” model basically has the same support as the model above, but this smartphone will come with a larger screen size. While the entry-level Galaxy S10 model will have a flat AMOLED screen and maybe the fingerprint will be installed on the side of the device.

Unfortunately, the report revealed by Samsung insiders is less detailed. He did not mention the camera support embedded in the Galaxy S10 which was sold cheaper. But it is strongly suspected, Samsung will only embed the support of one rear camera.

Not only introducing three Galaxy S10 models, Samsung is also rumored to be introducing its first folding smartphone. Associated with the presence of folding smartphones, Samsung is also looking for ways that they can dominate the market and are expected to continue to grow.

As we know, until now there is not a single global manufacturer that offers folding smartphones, except Samsung. Finally, the insider also confirmed that there was a desire from Samsung to no longer load the 3.5mm audio jack into its homemade smartphone.

The question is, maybe Samsung will dare to take that decision? Of course not a few people doubt that Samsung has to discard the 3.5mm audio jack port. Although this step must be done by Samsung, of course not in the near future.

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