Samsung’s next-gen Galaxy S10 is now said to have gone into mass production, potentially throwing hints that the highly expected next-gen smartphone could indeed be showcased during Samsung’s Unpacked event on February 20.
Now, as per a report in The Investor, Samsung South Korea reportedly pushed the Galaxy S10 units into mass production; the global Galaxy S10 units have also reportedly gone into wider production at this juncture. Also, The Investor report states that these Galaxy S10 phones would be 4G-compatible units.5G-compatible Galaxy S10 units are rumoured to enter into mass production at an unknown point of time in 2019.
As far as the key technical specifications of the purported Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones are concerned, new details have surfaced and these indicate the presence of a fingerprint sensor. In fact, the Investor report quoting sources familiar with Samsung’s plans also hints at multiple variants of the Galaxy S10 featuring ultrasonic fingerprint sensor; while there would also be variants (of the smartphone) offering the conventional optical fingerprint sensor - for security.
The most premium of the Samsung Galaxy S10 phone is now speculated to offer 1TB internal storage. In case this turns out to be true, the pricing of this high-end variant of the Galaxy S10 would be exorbitant considering high-end features (even the 1TB storage does not come cheap). Finally, there could be three editions of the Galaxy S10 handset showcased at Samsung’s Unpacked event in February.
In related updates, the Samsung Galaxy S10 variants (high-end editions) could sport tripe rear cameras; recently, renowned technology tipster Ice Universe would be powered by a 4100 mAh battery.
In this regard, prices of multiple Samsung Galaxy smartphones; current-gen; received price cuts. These phones include the likes of the mid-range Galaxy A7. This development could be indicators of a new Galaxy launch.