Samsung Galaxy S10 to reportedly come with 12 GB RAM

After launching the world’s first four rear camera smartphone, Samsung is now preparing to launch the world’s first 12GB RAM phone. According to the reports, the next flagship smartphone of the company Galaxy S10 will be given 12GB RAM which will be its top variant.

According to a report by Hong Kong-based GF Securities, the Galaxy S10 will have 12GB RAM with 1TB memory. So far, the company has launched a smartphone up to 8GB RAM. However, the smartphone with 10GB of RAM has launched Xiaomi.

Xiaomi introduced a Black Shark Helio smartphone with 10GB RAM. Speaking of internal storage, Samsung launched the 512GB memory smartphone Galaxly Note 9 and its top variant had 512GB of storage.
According to a second report, the Galaxy S10 will also support 5G connectivity. It is being told that there will be a 6.7 inch display with a quad camera setup. Galaxy S10 + will have 12GB of RAM. The company has recently announced it’s next flagship Galaxy S10 and S10 + will run on this new processor Exynos 9820 processor.

Three variants of Galaxy S10 are expected, one of which will have a 6.4-inch display and three rear cameras, while the third will have a 5.8-inch display and there will be two rear cameras. Prices are also expected to be higher this time than before.

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