As we’ve previously covered numerous times, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 anniversary series is going to be available in three variants, of which two will pack curved displays of 5.8-inch and 6.44-inch, while the third will have a flat panel and 5.8-inch of size.
Today’s news are about the latter and come from a known leaker called Ben Geskin over on Twitter. According to him, this more affordable handset will be packing a flat Infinity-O display, which Samsung previously explained to be a simple display with a camera hole in the upper left corner.
Along with the hole on the screen, this Samsung S10 “Lite” might also pack two rear cameras, a side mounted fingerprint scanner, RAM going from 4GB to 6GB and either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. Powering everything up there should be a Snapdragon 845 or a next gen Snapdragon 8150.
Flat “Infinity-O” Display
Side-mounted fingerprint sensor
4+64GB / 6+64GB / 6+128GB
Snapdragon 845 or 8150
— Ben Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) November 12, 2018
Finally, a really important detail that could bring Samsung back in the game, is its pricing. This more “affordable” Samsung S10 could indeed cost between $650 and $750, which said out loud sounds still crazy, but if we compare to the other options on the market nowadays, it does sound reasonable.
While this variant will make your wallet rejoice, the other more premium options may leave you with a bittersweet taste in your mouth. They are indeed expected to pack Samsung’s famous curved displays along with a new ultrasound under display fingerprint scanner that will be much faster and more reliable than today’s scanning tech, plus three rear cameras with standard, wide and telephoto lenses.