Samsung and LG both set to unveil 5G phones at MWC

Kelley Robertson
December 19, 2018

The latest Galaxy S10 leak also reiterates what we have been seeing all the while.

That's not really surprising, given that the Samsung Galaxy S10 is a flagship while the Samsung Galaxy A8S is a mid-ranger, but it's reassuring nonetheless, as a smaller pinhole means more of an all-screen design. But it's unclear whether we'll see a big step up from the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus's 3,000mAh and 3,500mAh packs.

Now, SamMobile has corroborated the news and Powershare name, saying the feature is in development for all three Galaxy S10 variants.

"As far as size is concerned, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ has a 6.4" display and measures in at 157.7 x 75 x 7.8mm, while the regular Galaxy S10 sports a 6.1" display and measures in at 148.9 x 70.9 x 7.8mm. This is in line with the previous reports, but not similar to what was rumoured initially as the Galaxy S10+ was at the beginning said to come with a quad rear camera setup.

According to the report, Samsung Galaxy F could arrive at a retail price of $1,800, which is nearly twice as much the current Galaxy S9+ flagship. It houses a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen that features a slightly large oval cutout for housing dual front-facing cameras. On the front, users will get an 8-megapixel camera. The Galaxy S10 will include a single display camera hole in the top-right corner, while the Galaxy S10 will include two such holes which will be connected as part of one unit. There'll be one front-facing camera on the Lite model, too, just like the Galaxy S10. As far as we know, the primary cameras will be technically identical on both models.

Such an aesthetic has been shown in a number of recently-announced devices such as the Huawei Nova 4, the Samsung Galaxy A8s and the Honor View 20. If Samsung doesn't take a cut on its profit margin that could place the Galaxy X at a whopping $1800, aka £1425.

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