Samsung’s 5G Galaxy S10 Might Add an “X” to Its Name, Go Nuts With Specs

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The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be announced at an Unpacked event in San Francisco on February 20. We know we’ll see the regular Galaxy S10, plus Samsung could show a functional version of its upcoming foldable phone. What about the 5G Galaxy S10, though? According to a new report, it might be right around the corner with quite the set of specs.

The folks at ET News are under the impression that Samsung has settled on “Galaxy S10 X” for the name of the 5G model of its popular Galaxy S line. Yes, that reads Galaxy S10 TEN if you live your life with a slice of Apple in it. We’ll go with it as being an “X.”

For specs, this report expects an in-display fingerprint reader, six cameras (quad camera on the back, dual upfront), up to 1TB storage, 10GB RAM, 6.7-inch AMOLED display, and a 5000mAh battery. There may be something included called “Life Pattern” too, that will use AI to try and automate functions of your smartphone.

As for release dates, after being announced on February 20, we could see the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ in stores by March 8, with the 5G “Galaxy S10 X” arriving March 29 in Korea.

This is all happening so fast.

// ET News



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