The Galaxy S10 may be Samsung’s biggest 2019 release, but signs are it will not be the priority. And now a new leak back this up with information which may mean the Galaxy S10 is not the model for you…
In a series of tweets, the consistently reliable Max Weinback of XDA Developers has revealed the core specifications and design changes of Samsung’s Galaxy S10 range and they may not be what you want to hear.
What Weinback reveals is Samsung is reserving its top specifications for the Galaxy S10 5G Edition and screen-folding Galaxy F and this is leaving the new Galaxy S10 Lite, regular Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus out in the cold.
While leaks have already shown Galaxy S10 owners will get smaller battery capacities than the 5G S10 and Galaxy F, Weinberg now confirms they will draw the short straw on storage capacity and RAM as well.
The new flat-screened Galaxy S10 Lite will get just 4GB RAM and a maximum of 128GB storage. The Galaxy S10 has 6GB RAM and up to 256GB storage, while the Galaxy S10 Plus does step up with 6GB/128GB and 8GB 256/512GB options but this still pales comparison to Samsung’s new top dogs.