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Samsung Confirms the Radical Galaxy S10

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Fans of Samsung know that the brand’s new, game-changing smartphones have been facing mounting problems. However, this is not the same with the Galaxy S10. In fact, this is one product that Samsung could not just stop itself from designing.

The Galaxy s10 is much slimmer and has a triple rear camera shooting. These multi-coloured, 5G smartphone with ultrasonic in-display reader packing has been confirmed by the manufacturer.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Confirmed

Samsung officially confirmed 3 new models on Galaxy S10 a few weeks back. CMIIT (China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology) has already certified these phones. However, one model seems to be missing.

The 3 models that have been certified by Samsung are ‘SM-G9700’, ‘SM-G9730’ and ‘SM-G9750’. These 3 were submitted to the CMIIT on the 25th of September.

Looking further into these models, you will notice that they all have an extra number on the end. This is all geographic and denotes China. These 3 are the all-new flat screen single camera budget Galaxy S10, the huge 6.44-inch triple camera Galaxy S10+ and the 5.8-inch dual camera Galaxy S10. All these displays are optimised for real money casino games, check out online pokies at acepokies.com to see if your mobile is compatible with the games.

However, what’s missing is Samsung’s flagship 5G Galaxy S10+. This is the only model that supports the next generation cellular network. However, there’s no need to panic.

Details about the New Samsung Galaxy S10

The Qualcomm’s 5G modem is ready! It looks like it’s headed for Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S10+Qualcomm.

This new model is expected to be a limited edition release. It’s also expected to come with a premium price tag. Furthermore, there’s a chance that this new model is launching later than the 3 mentioned above.

For Samsung, 5G is a very big deal, even some online casinos in South Africa encourage players to get it. This is because it gives the company a clear differentiator to iPhones. In fact, Apple has some legal battles with Qualcomm. These battles have limited iPhones to Intel iPhones (4G) only for the foreseeable future. Meanwhile, both Qualcomm and Samsung already have 5G-ready modems now.

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