Everything is bigger with the Samsung Galaxy S9+. The S10 setup will probably be similar.
This special edition model will reportedly boast a 6.7-inch display, and it may feature a notch design - a big change of tactics that Samsung actually announced earlier this year (along with its first foldable smartphone).
Out of the supposed four devices now in development, inside sources told the Wall Street Journal that the high-end smartphone is set to feature a 6.7-inch bezel-less screen, a jump from the Note 9's 6.4-inch display. This will be achieved by hiding the front-facing camera and sensors beneath the display glass via an unobtrusive lens hole.More news: Ivan Lendl lays the groundwork for Alexander Zverev to emulate Andy Murray
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Among other developments, Samsung is set to bring the Galaxy S10 in Black, Green, White, and Yellow colour options, reports SamMobile, There could also be some gradient colour jobs on the reported colour options to match the ongoing trend. Samsung on November 1 launched its first ODM smartphone there, the Galaxy A6s, which is in fact designed and manufactured by China's Wingtech.
Given past releases in this lineup, it wouldn't be a shock to find that a Galaxy S10 Plus would have a near-7-inch display. Samsung is now in talks with carriers to see who can scrape together a mobile 5G network by then. It looks like 5G is going down a similar path for launch, with separate 5G chips. The 10th anniversary flagship device from Samsung is expected to debut in February 2019 with displays ranging from 5.8 inches to 6.7 inches. The curved screen device is also likely to have the same screen size.
We saw a large number of reports in the past two years detailing the imminent launch of Samsung's foldable handset, but Samsung kept postponing the announcement. The Galaxy S series is usually the vanguard for the new Qualcomm chip, which, rumor has it, is called the Snapdragon 8150.
All three unlocked models are available on Amazon and Walmart, which means you can take them to just about any mobile carrier (like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint) for activation without signing up for a two-year contract. With sales on the decline, surely one of these five models will be a hit in the market.