Samsung Galaxy S10 Colour Variants Leaked; 2 Drilled Holes on Display Rumoured

The Samsung Galaxy S6

The Samsung Galaxy S6

'Tis the season to snap every Christmas light and festive lunch in sight - and what better smartphone to do that on than one of our current favourites, the Samsung Galaxy S9... especially now that it's heavily discounted for Black Friday. According to the previous reports, the device is expected to be coming in three different models with an entry-level model number of SM-G970x and while the other two are SM-G973x and SM-G975x.

The Journal's report claims the Galaxy S10 launch should happen sometime in February, and instead of the usual two smartphone models (one big, one small), Samsung will launch three variants of the Galaxy S10 at once.

By the start of this month, we came to know that Samsung will launch a new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 White Color Variant.

It's not hard to imagine two cameras up front of any new Samsung smartphone, and the back already has 2, or 3, or even 4 in their latest extra-strange worldwide model called Samsung Galaxy A9. It will be the most expensive Galaxy S10 smartphone, but also one of the most technologically advanced handsets ever launched by Samsung. While the Samsung Galaxy S9's standard phone had a 5.8-inch display, the standard Galaxy S10 was suggested today to come with a 6.7-inch monstrously-large display instead.

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To date, we have heard about three Galaxy S10 models.

We may have our first look at the actual Infinity O display that could be the standout feature of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone.

There are significant reductions on the S9 and the S8 range, as well as on televisions, smartwatches and other bits and bobs.

T-Mobile is also offering some limited-time offers. Samsung's premium Galaxy S10 will likely be powered by the Exynos 9820 and Snapdragon 8150 flagship chips, but flat Galaxy S10 might pack a mid-range processor. The fourth variant, however, will reportedly feature an even bigger 6.7-inch display.

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