“The ceramic Galaxy S10+ will allegedly have greater scratch and drop resistant”
Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy S10-series has been tipped to arrive with a special edition that’ll be more durable than the other models. The variant will reportedly be part of the flagship Galaxy S10+ and sport a ‘ceramic’ back to make it more scratch and drop resistant. Now, additional details about the offering have surfaced online. Reliable Chinese leakster @universeIce claims that the Galaxy S10+ ceramic back option will employ a whopping 12GB RAM and 1TB storage configuration.
If so, this would be the most in any smartphone ever. The Lenovo Z5 Pro is another smartphone with 12GB of RAM, but its native storage is 512GB. As reported by SamMobile, the Samsung handset has been categorised with model number SM-G975C, and it’ll be offered in two shades: Black and White. The ceramic material is said to be crafted by Samsung and will have a “metallic luster” to make it more durable. The report further adds that the 5G variant of the S10 series, which is likely called the Galaxy S10 X, won’t arrive with the ceramic back.
While the Galaxy S10+ will be the first smartphone from the chaebol with ceramic back, OEMs such as Essential and Xiaomi have already beaten it in the game. Nevertheless, it’ll be a good option for the company which is also celebrating the Galaxy S-series’ 10th anniversary.
Samsung is slated to take the wraps off the S10 lineup at an event in San Fransisco, California on February 20th. This year, the phone maker is expected to budge away from its practice of launching two smartphones. The Galaxy S10 will most likely have four models – The Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10+, and a 5G Galaxy S10 X. All the variant will reportedly rock Snapdragon 855 or its equivalent Exynos 9820 chipset under the hood and sport an Infinity O display with a punch-hole style selfie camera.