At recently concluded Mobile World Congress (MWC 2018) event, Samsung unveiled Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, two of the most searched Android smartphones this year. Now next year at MWC 2019, the South Korean smartphone giant could launch Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ phones.
The rumors of Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus are coming up as the next Samsung flagship phones is always talk of the town.
Mobile World Congress is the world biggest technology event dedicated to mobile technology and products. Since years it has been a tradition of Samsung to launch a new flagship at the event and it mostly happens on the first day of the event. Every year MWC is held at Barcelona, Spain and is attended by lakhs and millions of technology experts and enthusiasts.
Talking about the Galaxy S10 Specifications, the smartphone is expected to sports near similar specs and features with 5.9-inch display by increase the screen to body ratio and keeping the same size externally. It will be running on Android 9.0 P version out of the box and will get the Android 10 aka Android Q update. It will be available in two different variants of Exynos SoC for EMEA region and Qualcomm version for China and USA.
Talking about the Galaxy S10 Release date, things are pretty much same as usual. It will be available in most countries by March and reaching shores in 250+ countries by April 2019.
Currently, for Samsung, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are doing great things. The South Korean giant is expecting big orders for it. The next up for them is Galaxy Note 9 which will be released at IFA 2018 event in August or September month. It will be a successor to last year launched Galaxy Note 8.
Has Samsung planned for a surprise by naming the 10th edition of flagship S Series as Galaxy SX with elder brother been called as Galaxy SX+? Does that sound good name?