Samsung Galaxy S10 Might Turn Out To Have Mindblowing Features & Specs That Will Make Your Wallet Cry

Samsung enthusiasts recently celebrated a confirmation that they have been waiting for a long time. The launch date for the phone has been made public.

Phones are not that successful during CES, but CNET has recently revealed that this year Samsung managed to steal the show.

They announced the launch for the much-awaited 10th anniversary Galaxy phone. This is expected to be called Galaxy S10.

“The event will take place Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 11 a.m. PT at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco,” CNET reveals.

Now Gizmodo brings more news regarding the much-awaited device.

Mindblowing hardware

There’s a brand new report from the South Korean outlet ETNews that suggests the Samsung S10’s 5G-ready model will flaunt some mindblowing hardware.

The online publication claims that Samsung’s first 5G phone will be going on sale in Korea at the end of March and it also seems that the phone will sport a really shiny price tag: around $1,425-$1,600.

We have to admit that this is pretty much to be spending on a phone. But, on the other hand, the device’s alleged features and specs may justify the phone’s high price.

“The S10 X will supposedly come with four cameras in back along with two on the front, a massive 6.7-inch AMOLED display, 10GB of RAM along with 1TB of storage, and a 5,000 mAh battery. As for its chipset, it seems the S10 X will come with an Exynos 5100 processor in Korea, though if Samsung’s past Galaxy phones are any indication, that Exynos chip will probably be switched out for a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 if and when the S10 X comes to the U.S.,” Gizmodo writes.

The South Korean outlet ETNews also claims that just like the rest of the S10 family of devices the S10 X will be featuring something that is called “life pattern mode” that will try to control and automate particular parts of the phone by using AI for monitoring typical usage patterns.

You can find out more details on this upcoming jewel of a phone on Gizmodo.

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