Samsung really hasn't been very good at keeping its upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S10, under wraps. The upcoming handset will be dubbed as Samsung Galaxy M30, and we already have the alleged pricing and launch details of the device. The South Korean smartphone maker confirmed that it will launch the smartphone on 27 February on Twitter along with the hashtag #IM3XPOWERED.
Samsung is known for using the most advanced chipset in its premium range of smartphones.
However, it will only be added to the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+.
From the image, the waterdrop notch display is pretty evident. Under the hood, the smartphone will be having Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 which will be exclusive to the United States homeland and the other countries might get an Exynos 9820.
An official render posted along with the latest tweet confirms the presence of a triple rear camera setup on the Galaxy M30.
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In addition to 12GB of RAM, the phone will pack Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 flagship chip, 256GB of storage, a 4,000 mAh battery with support for 44W fast charging technology, and an in-display fingerprint sensor.
Next up is the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, which should make unlocking the Galaxy S10 a cinch, as the reader is built directly into the display.
We will possibly see more on Thursday but I suspect Samsung won't come out and say it that Unpacked and we will have to instead wait until we see some hands-on reviews before it all becomes clear. Along with this, the brand will soon also announce a budget smartphone under its new U series.
But perhaps another reason why the Samsung Galaxy S10e has been left out might lie in the pre-order bonus for the other two variants.
The Indian Express said that the Galaxy S10 trio could arrive with a punch-hole screen and a small cut-out to give way to a front-facing camera.