SamMobile, which has a stellar track record when it comes to publishing information about unreleased Samsung devices, has claimed the Galaxy S10 will be available in a new white colour, as well as in black, yellow, and green, when it arrives in February 2019. Samsung Galaxy A9 was first launched at an event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia last month.
According to a leaked report from the chemical suppliers purportedly tasked with building the next-generation OLED displays that will be used in the three Galaxy S10 variants, Samsung will use a flat screen option for the entry-level handset.
The company's other Galaxy S10, codenamed Beyond X, will include other features. "Samsung Flex" and "Galaxy Flex" both make plenty of sense for the handset, especially the latter.
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Samsung Galaxy A9 has a Full HD+ 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Infinity display.
South Korean smartphone manufacturer, Samsung is now working on its next flagship- Galaxy S10 series (probably three variants as we've seen with Galaxy S6 series) and is going to reintroduce flat displays in a basic variant of the upcoming phone. And that's in part because next year will be the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy S line.
This new Samsung Galaxy S10 is now rumored to roll with a display larger than that of the biggest Samsung phone of the year 2018. Two of the Galaxy S10 variants is also said to debut with an in-display fingerprint sensor. And there'll be notches - just not the sort you've seen before. Are you waiting for the Galaxy S10?
Remember too that Samsung's got a foldable Galaxy smartphone coming at some point in the first half of the year. There's nothing suggesting they won't do it again either, so if the color options really don't appeal to you then there is the option of new colors later on in its life cycle.