Although we are just several months away from the unveiling of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S11 flagship, but that doesn’t stop the Korean smartphone maker from introducing new Galaxy S10 variants into the market.
Apparently, there seems to be a pair of new Galaxy S10 variants being certified by the Chinese TENAA authority recently. This new variants should be coming with 6GB+256GB and 12GB+1TB memory configurations respectively.
Currently, the Galaxy S10 is available only in two different models with 8GB+128GB and 8GB+512GB memory configurations. Other than the differences in it’s memory configurations, the new variants will also bring about some changes to its camera compartment.
The rear snapper for the new variants will have a 16MP+12MP+10MP, instead of the 12MP+16MP+12MP triple-camera setup on the current models. Similarly, it’s selfie camera had also seen a bump from 10MP to 12MP for the new variants.