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The Samsung Galaxy S10 is the most expected smartphone of 2019, just like every year, the Galaxy S10 will be one of the first devices to be powered by the top of the line Qualcomm/Exynos processor with improved camera and design. Lately, there have been a lot of speculations about the Samsung Galaxy S10 being the first 5G smartphone, at least from Samsun, which is expected to be unveiled in early 2019.
GF Securities, an analytical company, has come up with a new theory, which suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will offer up to 12 GB of RAM and 1 TB of internal storage, which makes it one of the first smartphone to offer these features.
In theory, the Galaxy Note9 was the first Samsung smartphone with 1 TB of storage (512 GB internal storage + 512 GB via micro SD card slot). Unlike the Note9, the Galaxy S10 is expected to offer 1 TB of internal storage with an option to additional storage expansion via a micro SD card.
The Galaxy S10 is expected to feature an improved DeX support
(using the smartphone or a bigger screen with the mouse and a keyboard), which might require an additional amount of RAM to offer smoother operation.
Additional S10 features
Just like the recently launched Samsung Galaxy A7 (2019), the Galaxy S10 will feature a triple camera setup with a standard sensor with variable aperture, telephoto lens, and a super wide-angle lens.
The Galaxy S10 is also expected to come with a new style of notch (Infinity O) with a cutout in the display to house the front-facing camera and other necessary sensors. Considering the increase in the amount of RAM and storage, the Galaxy S10 could be the most expensive flagship smartphone that the company has ever launched.
In terms of overall design and built quality, the Galaxy S10 will be similar to the Galaxy S9+ with visual improvements. The S10 is also expected to feature the new One UI from Samsung based on Android 9 Pie.