Samsung is gearing up to launch its next-generation Galaxy S-series flagship smartphones early next year. With just a few months left for the phone’s official launch, details related to the Galaxy S10 have started surfacing online.
After a bunch of possible design for the upcoming Galaxy S-series phone, we now have more details related to the different models of the Galaxy S10 and its color options. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is confirmed to come in three models — two premium models and one cheaper model.
Samsung has a penchant of introducing new color options with each flagship device launch and the upcoming Galaxy S-series seems to carry that forward. A new report confirms that the Galaxy S10 smartphones will be available in four color options at the time of launch — Black, White, Yellow, and Green.
However, not all color options will be offered in every market. There’s also a possibility that the company could launch gradient color options as well. The South Korean giant is also expected to offer LED Flip and Protective covers for the device.
Coming to the models, the SM-G973x and SM-G975x are the premium models of the Galaxy S10 series and will come with 5.8-inch and 6.44-inch display respectively. Further, both the models will come with an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor.
However, the SM-G970x, which could be the ‘Lite’ model in the series, also featuring a 5.8-inch display, lacks the fingerprint sensor and will instead come with the tradition fingerprint sensor. This makes sense if the company is planning to price it competitively to compete with the likes of OnePlus 6T.
The report also reveals details about the company’s upcoming foldable smartphone — Galaxy F. The foldable smartphone from Samsung with model number SM-F900U will come with 512GB of internal storage. The European and Asian variants of the phone carry model number SM-F900F and SM-F900N – respectively. The Galaxy F will come in Black and Silver colors and will be available worldwide next year.