Aside from the rumored 5G capabilities, this handset will also reportedly ship with hardware features not found in other variants of the Galaxy S10 series.
LG aims to make its smartphone business a profitable venture in 2020 and it expects 5G to help increase those sales. Don't Miss: For years, smartphone makers have been trying to increase the sizes of their screens. The big rumour is that the phone will come packing a 48MP sensor. But it is also believed that not only the S10+ but the regular S10 will also be having a three camera setup on the rear. Soon, Samsung could lead this segment by bringing the long-rumored foldable smartphone to the market, but at a ridiculously high price tag. Nobody was able to really match Apple's design though.
Most brands on Android are now working on their first phones compatible with 5G. The technology needed to truly hide cameras isn't mature enough to debut next year, but 2020 phones may deliver it. If Yes, don't forget to put them in the comment section given below this post. Yes, the new Galaxy S10 Live Images allegedly leaked on South Korean's Subway.
Galaxy S10 will be able to charge other smartphones wirelessly
Talking about specs, Samsung Galaxy S10 already has a lot of surprising stuff up its sleeve including some exciting features like the new Infinity-O display, an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner, and up to six cameras to name a few. The Galaxy S family of phones started using the "Infinity Display" model with cascading (curved) edges on the left and the right back after the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge was a relative hit - in interest, anyway. These are high-res AMOLED panels that have an opening for a camera - or cameras, in the case of the S10+ - and take up nearly the entire front of the device. Essentially it sounds like there will be a choice between a slimmer phone in the pocket, or one that fold more times and is thicker but leaves a larger open display.
The Galaxy S10 Lite is expected to launch during the first quarter of 2019, most likely in February 2019, along with the other, more performant smartphones of the series, the Galaxy S10, with a 6.1-inch screen, and the Galaxy S10 Plus, with a 6.4-inch display.