Samsung is preparing two new versions of the Samsung Galaxy S10. At least, this is what TENAA points out to us in its new document, which it registered in its database recently.
In question, a new TENAA list has been released for the phone and includes some new variants of RAM and ROM, which will surely be officialized before the end of the year.
Recall that the Samsung Galaxy S10 was launched in February of this year in the following variants of RAM and internal storage space: 8/128 GB and 8/512 GB.
While Samsung isn't new to announcing new color variants for its flagship phones, the launch of new RAM and storage configurations months after the phone's launch is unusual. The rest of the specifications are almost the same, except for the rear cameras.
The Samsung SM-G9730 has a 6,140-inch AMOLED display with 3,040 x 1,440 pixels of resolution, a Snapdragon 855 processor and a 3,400 mAh capacity battery with support for fast charging. It has triple 16MP + 12MP + 10MP rear cameras, instead of triple 12MP + 16MP + 12MP rear cameras. It also has a 12 MP selfie camera. Additionally, there is support for storage expansion of up to 512 GB. TENAA also mentions that it has a fingerprint scanner on the screen. The phone will be available in black and white.
There are no clear indications of when these two new models of the current flagship of the South Korean firm will be launching, but, as we hinted at, they may be released on the market soon, before 2020 arrives. Again, the market where these would be targeted would be China. Then, if applicable, they would be offered in other countries and territories globally.