After the release of Galaxy Note 9, everybody is waiting for the upcoming attraction of Samsung that is its Galaxy S10, which as per the claims of Samsung’s CEO would have major changes. The phone is expected to be launched next year.
While conversing with the Chinese media, the tech giant’s mobile business CEO—DJ Koh said that the people should expect major design makeover for the upcoming attraction Galaxy S10. No details were shared although about the nature of changes, according to Sam Mobile.
No further details were shared or mentioned by Koh, however, he did inform that the tenth-anniversary gadget would be launched in some amazing colours. But, the reports propose that the new colour might be a variant of green, a colour that was last noticed on Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Edge. According to the rumours, more colours that would be included are pink, silver, black and white, as reported by the Android Headlines.
Additionally, so far, the rumours till date mention that the Galaxy S10 would be featuring three rear cameras with an in-display fingerprint sensor. There are chances that the tech giant might announce three models of the phone with two of them having a triple rear camera. The smartphone is anticipated to be released in the first quarter of 2019, most probably at the MWC trade show.
Currently, Samsung is gearing up to launch a new gadget next month in October at its “A Galaxy Event”. The invitations for the event are already sent.