Last month we heard a rumor that the Samsung Galaxy S10 could offer up to 12 GB of RAM in its highest configuration. However, that rumor was excluded shortly after verifying that it is a prediction of an analytical firm and not a leak.
Today, however, a new report published by GF Securities states that one of the variants of the Galaxy S10 will have 12GB of RAM and a storage capacity of 1TB.
Probably these specifications correspond to the Galaxy S10 5G model that will arrive with a large 6.7-inch screen reportedly.
Some previous leaks had revealed this phone, with model number of SM-G75FC, could arrive with 512 GB of storage. It remains to be seen if the phone will eventually have 512 GB or 1 TB of storage.
We have also heard that the Galaxy S10 5G could be equipped with four cameras in the back, which will be made of white or black ceramic.
It is worth to mention that reportedly Samsung will equipp its Galaxy S10 phone with a 3D detection module based on TOF (Time-Of-Flight), which is a technology that calculates depth by measuring the amount of time that infrared light takes to reach the subject and be reflected.