The Galaxy S10 will be the flagship that will mark the tenth anniversary of the Galaxy family, and given that the Galaxy S9 was a minor update, fans of the brand expect substantial improvements in the new device.
DJ Koh, CEO of the mobile division of Samsung, has said that the changes in the design of the Galaxy S10 will be “very significant”.
This observation came during a conversation with the Chinese media earlier in the week. Koh did not go into the details of these changes but probably referred to the overall design of the next flagship compared to the Galaxy S9 , which was an incremental update on the Galaxy S8.
The Galaxy S10 will not be the company’s expected foldable smartphone and it will look a lot like a Galaxy S series flagship but it may have a higher screen-to-body ratio and perhaps a slimmer body.
The Galaxy S10 is also expected to be Samsung’s first smartphone with a triple camera system.
Koh also mentioned that the Galaxy S10 will be offered in “amazing“ colors, so it is possible that the company is preparing new color options for the device.
The reports suggest that there might be a new green option. Samsung has not made a green flagship since it offered the Galaxy S6 at Emerald Green in 2015. There is also the possibility that Samsung can offer color gradient options with its next flagship.
Samsung is expected to release the new device early next year, so we will surely hear many more rumors about this device in the coming months.
It is worth to mention that a previous reports said that Samsung’s new flagship will be equipped with ultrasonic screen fingerprint technology.