Samsung’s Mobile Division, CEO, DJ Koh has said that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 will arrive with ‘significant changes’. Koh made this statement while talking to the Chinese media earlier this week. This revelation hints that the upcoming flagship device may arrive with new features and specifications. Also since this device marks the 10th anniversary of the Samsung Galaxy S series, we expect the company to make major changes to mark the special occasion.
Koh said that by ‘significant changes’ he was referring to the overall design of the smartphone but did not elaborate the matter any further. However, he did confirm that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will arrive in at least one new color variant. Notably, previous reports have claimed that the upcoming flagship device may arrive in a green color variant. Samsung has not brought any green colored variant of its flagship devices since 2015 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge remains the last device to arrive in Emerald Green color.
Four other color variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10 are also being considered. It includes black, white, pink and silver. As per some rumors, Samsung may also introduce a gradient finish to the Galaxy S10. The bezels are also expected to get trimmed to increase the screen to body ratio. Apart from these, no other information about its design changes is available now.
‘Samsung is expected to launch at least three variants of the Galaxy S10, one of which will feature three rear cameras and two sensors on the front panel. In addition, the device will be equipped with an in-display fingerprint sensor for the first time. The device could be launched in early 2019, possibly at the MWC 2019.
The company is also rumored to have devised a special notch free 3D camera for the Samsung Galaxy S10 thanks to Mantis Vision. Samsung is expected to make the Galaxy S10 available by the first quarter of 2019 and it will also become the first device from the South Korean giant to feature 7nm chips for lag-free performance.