We’ve just come across a rumor online, on the MySmartPrice website, which mentions that there is a possibility that one or more models of the expected Samsung Galaxy S10 will have 1TB of internal storage and up to 12GB of RAM. This would mean that, in case no other flagship smartphones from the South Korean company will be launched in the meantime, the presumed configuration of memory and storage will be the highest Samsung devices ever had.
This rumored model of Galaxy S10 could cost quite a bit of money
At the moment, the highest available options of memory and storage that the company has are those offered by Samsung Galaxy Note 9: 8GB of memory and 512GB of storage. The price for this model is currently $1,250, so we can only assume how much the rumored variant with 12GB/1TB of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 would cost, given its specifications.
What else is known at the moment about the highly-anticipated Galaxy S10
For now, we know almost for certain that Samsung Galaxy S10 will come in three different variants: Galaxy S10 Plus, a vanilla S10, plus a cheaper model that is supposed to have lower specifications and less-premium hardware. So in case there will be only three versions launched by Samsung, then we can definitely assume that the above-mentioned option with 12 GB of RAM and 1TB of storage will be kept for Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus.
Some believe there will be a fourth version of Samsung Galaxy S10
Nevertheless, there are quite a few rumors across the internet saying that there will be, in fact, four variants of Galaxy S10. This assumed fourth variant would have 5G support, six cameras, and a huge display. We’ll just have to wait and see what other rumors will follow next.
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