As a month passes off the year, Samsung is getting ready with a bagful of surprises to unveil at the MWC 2019 event, held on 20th of this month at San Francisco. From the series of leaks floating around the internet, images of Samsung showing its punch-hole camera, infinity display and horizontally aligned rear cameras are intriguing. These series of phones will be launched in the MWC event.
Samsung at MWC 2019: What to Expect?
In the event, Samsung is going to release three versions of the anticipated S10 device. Those would be Galaxy S10, S10 Lite, and S10+. The Galaxy S10 will be a significant upgrade of S9. All the variants sports Amoled infinity displays with punch-holed cameras.
The S10 trio will have the same build quality and comes with a secondary functional button for Bixby (Samsung’s voice assistant). The devices this time seem more similar to Note series because of their boxy shape.
The devices are powered by Exynos 9820 (8 nm) or Qualcomm SDM855 Snapdragon 855 (7 nm) chipset. Samsung uses Exynos chips in most of its flagship smartphones, except for those sold in the US, which run Snapdragon chips instead of the Exynos. The only exceptions were the Galaxy S6 and Note 5, which ran Exynos chips because of Qualcomm’s overheating issues with the Snapdragon 810.
The premium of three, S10+ has storage variants of 12GB RAM + 1TB ROM, 8GB RAM + 512GB ROM and 6GB RAM + 128 GB beefed with 4000mAh battery. On the other hand, S10 has only two variants of 8GB RAM + 512ROM, 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM with 3500mAh battery. And the last, S10 Lite comes with 128GB ROM and 6GB RAM powered by 3000mAh battery.
The leaked images don’t show any fingerprint scanner, but Samsung does embed it under the screen, along with the face-unlocking feature. The prices predicted by analysts range between $800 to and $2000.