As to how many cameras the Galaxy S10 and S10+ will get on their rear sides, signs point to three. Not two, but three. And what of this RAM business?
According to XDA-Developer's Max Weinbach, it seems like there was a bidding war for the privilege to carry the company's first 5G phone.
A new report suggests that there will be not three, not four, but five Galaxy S10 models coming, and we're not counting colors and storage options.
A software beta update has revealed that Verizon is not only getting a 5G version of the Galaxy S10, but another 5G phone entirely.
It's been described with a 6.7-inch screen, an advanced facial recognition system and a hefty price tag. And it will only be available in two markets.