Samsung mobile is gearing for the unveiling of the Galaxy Note 9 about a month from today in NYC, and after that, it is expected to shift attention to the Galaxy S10. While the expected Galaxy S10 launch time is still months away, we are already beginning to hear murmurs about the device.
Starting things off, there are talks that the firm unlike its year to year tradition would be unveiling not two, but a trio of the flagship S10 next year. There will be the usual flagship S10 duo – the Galaxy s10 and S10 plus, in addition to a third variant that is expected to be targeted at the budget users. The regular Galaxy S10 for internal purposes is codenamed Beyond 1, the S10 plus codenamed Beyond 2, while the third variant is codenamed Beyond 3.
We are not exactly sure what could make the differences, but there are reports that the entry-level variant is expected to have a rear side fingerprint sensor and a flat infinity display, while the S10 and S10 plus will both come with the in-display fingerprint sensors and curved infinity display. The decision to include a third entry-level variant could be an attempt to lure more buyers to bolster sales and avoid the re-occurrence of the lackluster sales recorded by the Galaxy S9.
Speculations have it that the entry-level variant will have a compact size 5.8″ infinity display, while the S10 and 10 plus will scale up to 6.2 and 6.4″ respectively. Specs details are a bit scares, but our guess is that the smaller S10 could come with a smaller battery capacity compared to that of the S10 and S10+.