While the Galaxy S10 is not due to go official for at least five months, information about Samsung’s next-gen flagship is starting to pop up online.
It seems the Korean tech giant had three Galaxy S10 models certified by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (CMIIT). These devices bear model numbers SM-G9700, SM-G9730 and SM-G9750. The information is in league with previous leaks which revealed the same model numbers. Although in this case, there’s an extra “0” at the end which indicates the devices are meant for the Chinese market.
The listings don’t reveal any actual information about the three Galaxy S10 models, except for the fact that they are all compatible with GSM, CDMA and LTE networks.
According to previous rumors next year, Samsung is preparing to unleash not two but three Galaxy S10 models next year. The Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Lite will apparently come boasting 5.8-inch displays, while the Galaxy S10+ will come equipped with a large 6.44-inch one.
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If leaks are correct, the Plus model should also take advantage of a tri-camera setup which will consist of a dual-aperture lens, a telephoto lens and a wide-angle one. As for the two other models, they will come equipped with a dual-camera solution.
The Galaxy S10 will be Samsung’s 10th anniversary Galaxy S smartphone, so we expect great things from it.