The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup of smartphones is special for a lot of reasons. The lineup will bring about a lot of radical changes including a whopping 12GB of RAM and an astonishing 1TB of internal storage, but more on that later.
A new report now suggests that the 5G variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10 will be dubbed the Samsung Galaxy S10 X.
The report has come up courtesy of the Korean publication ETNews. As per the report, the X stands for 10, Experience, and Expand.
Unlike the other variants of the S10 lineup, the Galaxy S10 X will be launched somewhere in the month of March and will carry a price tag of somewhere around $1,425 – $1,600.
While the cheaper Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite or the Samsung Galaxy S10 E as we know now is going to sport just 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage (expandable), the pricier variants in the lineup will be better in terms of the memory.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ will feature 6GB/8GB RAM and 128GB/256GB/512GB of internal storage.
The 5GB variant of the Galaxy S10 will come in three memory configurations:
It is important to point out that these are still not confirmed specifications, so one might as well take the news with a pinch of salt. That said, if the report indeed turns out to be legitimate, we are finally going to see a radical improvement. Remember the time when Samsung was mocked by Huawei for bringing mere incremental improvements with its flagship lineup of smartphones?
You can check out more about the lineup by following our existing coverage of the same.
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