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We already expected at least one of the South Korean tech giant’s new Galaxy models to incorporate a fully foldable screen, dubbed the «Infinity Flex Display.»
New leaked info indicates the 5G-enabled version of the Galaxy S10, unofficially known as the «S10 X,» will outperform nearly everything else on the market.
SamMobile broke the news and has further details:
The 5G variant of the Galaxy S10 will have a minimum of 256GB storage when it launches later this year, according to our sources.
The 5G model has been rumored to have some killer specs, such as a 6.7-inch display, up to four rear cameras, and a 5,000 mAh battery, all of which will put it a notch (no pun intended) above even the Galaxy S10+.
SamMobile also predicts the Galaxy S10 X will have a minimum 8 GB of RAM, which is 33 percent more than is currently offered in the Galaxy S9+.
The «top dog» Galaxy model will also be very expensive—up to $1,700.
In other Galaxy news, noted tech leaker Evan Blass posted unconfirmed images of the upcoming S10+ and S10, as well as a new, cheaper variant called the «S10E.»
The Verge has further details:
Blass points out that this image features the Galaxy S10 lineup in clear cases, with the S10E on the left, the S10 in the middle, and the S10+ on the right.
The S10E features two cameras on the back, while the other two have three. The S10+ also appears to have a pair of front-facing cameras with a larger hole-punch.
We’ll find out how much of these details are actually legit at the Samsung Unpacked event next month.