Although there are still a few months until the launch of the Samsung Galaxy 10, a series of leaks made by expert Evan Blass (@evleaks) on Twitter, revealed that this product will not be presented during the Mobile World Congress, as and as was the custom, but in an event to be held on February 20, would be available from March 8.
Likewise, the main product of the South Korean brand would come in three sizes: the first one with a 6.1-inch screen; another version with a 6.4-inch screen as well as a Lite version, a 5.8-inch flat-panel display with no rounded edges.
Similarly, another of the data released maintains that the S10 would have an Infinity O screen, such as the Galaxy A8. From Infobae they indicate that this means that instead of having the notch of the camera on top, it would have a small hole in the screen.
Meanwhile, Samsung's new line integrates an ultrasonic fingerprint reader that, unlike optical readers, works even when the finger is dirty or wet.
On the other hand, with regard to the operating system, it would be the Android Pie, which would have the customizations in the software that the Asian technology company usually includes in its cell phones.
As for the storage capacity, according to the leaks, the S10 and S10 Plus versions would have 128 GB or 512 GB; while the Lite version offers only a 128GB option.
Prices would start at $ 840 and are expected to have a maximum of $ 1,700.
Since October last year, when the leak on the S10 range project by Ben Geskin was released, there were rumors that Samsung was trying to launch a collapsible model.
Like the S10 family, this supposed model would be presented during the first quarter of 2019; although no further details have been presented in this regard.