Samsung Galaxy S10 Model Numbers Leak Showing 3 Variants, Following in Apple’s Footsteps

The Samsung Galaxy S10 South Korean manufacturer will be the next flagship smartphone, which will be the first half of the first half of 2019. While we still have a few months before the announcement, before it is equipped with the characteristics and enhancement of the forces of the army, Lexus is filling.

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 might expect flagged. Only this week, a report has suggested that the Galaxy S10 series will meet four different types. However, now we come from two different resources that claim that this chain will actually be three variables.

According to a report from the Semamboob, three galaxy S10 models – SM-G 970F, SM-G 975F, and SM-G 973F – will be revealed by the next year tech tech. The company currently shows that all three different types of testing are being done, and the Galaxy S10 is expected to run the box out of Android 9.0.

According to that, the famous titleteller, which goes through Ice Universe, claims on Twitter that the SM-G970 and SM-G973 games will make the 5.8-inch display panel, and the larger SM-G975 6.44 inches panel will be found. Rumors think SM-G970 will be a rear camera, SM-G973 a dual camera setup, and SM-G975 a triple camera setup.

Samblebel claims that Galaxy S10’s 5G variety is being tested with a different model number and will most likely be exclusive to the US and South Korea – so in fact, the claim of the original four models May be correct

Last week a South Korean report was claimed that Samsung could probably launch a Galaxy S10 variety with five cameras – three front and two, which could be a military SM-G975 model. In connection with that, Samsung implemented Apple’s steps to reveal a cheap variety of Galaxy S9 successors, a Galaxy S9 + successor and a bit tons of explanations.

Interestingly, the first development of three different types of Galaxy S10 came from experienced analyst Ming-Chi in July this year. He claimed that two premium models will play under-display fingerprint sensors.