It is worth adding that all four smartphones in Galaxy S series launched this year and last year came with curved screen displays.
We have known for a while that Samsung will be launching multiple variants of S10.
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.
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's upcoming Galaxy S10 line looks one hell of an update for the company's Galaxy S line. The S9+, however, has the same Super Speed Dual Pixel 12-megapixel camera and 8-megapixel selfie shooter as its smaller counterpart.
SamMobile, which has a stellar track record when it comes to publishing information about unreleased Samsung devices, has claimed the Galaxy S10 will be available in a new white colour, as well as in black, yellow, and green, when it arrives in February 2019.More news: Zverev defies boo-boys to stun Federer, sets up Djokovic final
Samsung is struggling in the Chinese smartphone market, selling only 700,000 smartphones in the world's most populous country in the third quarter of this year, according to US market researcher Strategy Analytics on Monday. The base variant is also said to be coming with a 5.8-inch display and will be missing few key features on it, just to cut down the cost.More news: Airbnb Is Removing Rentals in Israeli-Occupied West Bank Settlements Following Criticism
After somewhat of a disappointing launch of the Galaxy S9 that only included iterative updates, Samsung is planning a big comeback next year. The S10 setup will probably be similar. What's the deal now?
As U.S. operators launch 5G services, they're going to need flagship devices from the world's most popular manufacturers to boost interest in the technology. There'll be more devices than you can wave a notch at.More news: German F3 driver Sophia Floersch injures spine in crash