Samsung's forthcoming flagship smartphone will reportedly have more memory, battery power and storage than ever before.
We already expected at least one of the South Korean tech giant's new Galaxy models to incorporate a fully foldable screen, dubbed the "Infinity Flex Display."
New leaked info indicates the 5G-enabled version of the Galaxy S10, unofficially known as the "S10 X," will outperform nearly everything else on the market.
SamMobile broke the news and has further details:
The 5G variant of the Galaxy S10 will have a minimum of 256GB storage when it launches later this year, according to our sources.
The 5G model has been rumored to have some killer specs, such as a 6.7-inch display, up to four rear cameras, and a 5,000 mAh battery, all of which will put it a notch (no pun intended) above even the Galaxy S10+.
SamMobile also predicts the Galaxy S10 X will have a minimum 8 GB of RAM, which is 33 percent more than is currently offered in the Galaxy S9+.
The "top dog" Galaxy model will also be very expensive—up to $1,700.
In other Galaxy news, noted tech leaker Evan Blass posted unconfirmed images of the upcoming S10+ and S10, as well as a new, cheaper variant called the "S10E."
The Verge has further details:
Blass points out that this image features the Galaxy S10 lineup in clear cases, with the S10E on the left, the S10 in the middle, and the S10+ on the right.
The S10E features two cameras on the back, while the other two have three. The S10+ also appears to have a pair of front-facing cameras with a larger hole-punch.
We'll find out how much of these details are actually legit at the Samsung Unpacked event next month.