As previous leaks have indicated, Samsung is developing the new flagship under the codename Beyond. That's according to "a source at a major tech retailer" who spoke to Gizmodo U.K. Since this will be available for pre-order in China until December 21 and release date will perhaps be sometime in early January 2019, it's safe to say that Samsung has just beat Huawei.
Below that, you can get a completely flat screen, potentially called the "Lite", slightly smaller at 5.8-inches, which comes with 128GB for £669 ($840). It is expected to arrive in 128 GB and 512 GB storage choices that may respectively cost 799 pounds (~$1,008) and 999 pounds (~$1,260). There will apparently be a 1 TB storage option for the Galaxy S10 too.
It's worth noting that while this pricing may be accurate for the United Kingdom, converting the price into your own currency won't necessarily give you the cost for your own country.
Meanwhile, another feature that's very likely to launch with the Galaxy S10 smartphones is the in-display fingerprint reader.
Details have been dripping out about Samsung's next flagship Galaxy phones, and Gizmodo UK's report is the latest example. "I think the design wastes too much space", said Estere.
"This week Samsung gave users a glimpse into the future of its smartphone design, and it features an all-new bezel-less "punch hole" Infinity-O display and the end of the headphone jack", said Gordon Kelly from Forbes. Additionally, another post likewise listed the display sizes of the three variants of Samsung's next-generation lineup.
Samsung Galaxy S10 is months away from being launched, but the anticipation leaks have already flooded the web.
Although the smartphone will save on features, its internal should be identical to the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. The larger Plus model has a 6.4-inch screen, and either has 128GB for £899 ($1,125), 512GB for £1099 ($1,375), or 1TB for £1399 ($1,750).
On the other hand, the Galaxy S10 (SM-G73F) it is thought will feature an in-screen camera hole display that measures 6.1 inches across.
The first time when Samsung introduced the triple rear camera setup was in its Samsung Galaxy A7. The S10 Lite, which is expected to be the most affordable out of the three, won't come with an in-display fingerprint sensor to keep costs down.