I do not know about you, but we are a bit tired of the rumors about the new Samsung, the long-awaited Galaxy S10 Plus monopolizes the headlines of the main media.
Although although we do not have specific information about how its design will be, we can tell you that this time this render could give us an idea about this future Samsung device.
A major change in design is coming
The design of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will be very similar to that of the S9 and S9 + and even that of the Meizu 16th, the design will undergo a major change, we will not have a notch or “notch” but if there is a gap on the screen for the camera.
Specifically, this S10 Plus will have a whopping four cameras on the back and two on the front.
Gradient colors will be present in the new Samsung flagship as expected, apparently it is the new trend among the high-end.
What do we know specifically about the Galaxy S10?
What we know for sure is that this equipment from the Korean manufacturer will come equipped with the latest Qualcomm processor, the recently introduced Snapdragon 855.
In addition (of course) to the variant with Samsung Exynos, this time the 9810, a processor that promises performance and better management of energy consumption.
In the software section we will have the new Samsung One UI interface,
Interface of which we have already spoken before.
Other details indicate that this S10 Plus will have a fingerprint reader on the screen and a glass design.
What we are not so sure of
As we mentioned at the beginning of this article, we do not know 100% what the S10 will be like, or what they will surprise us with.
But one thing is for sure, there are details that we would like to know and these are …
- Screen size, resolution and ratio.
- 3.5mm headphone jack.
- Expansion via microSD.
- “Small” or Lite version.
The truth is that these Samsung Galaxy S10 promise, Samsung is generating a huge hype with its future flagship and we are really looking forward to telling you reliable information, but for now they are all assumptions.
Source | NotebookCheck.net