Alongside the S10 series of phones, Samsung is seemingly working on two other mid-tier phones which are - Galaxy M20 and Galaxy A50. Most of those reports have also said that the rear cameras would be horizontally aligned instead of vertically aligned like the Galaxy S9+. This proves that Samsung Galaxy S10+ manages to offer a larger screen while maintaining a similar footprint as their current S9+.
Much like the original SamsungGalaxy Note Edge, the Galaxy S10 will feature a two-edged cascading display.
With all these new features, Samsung probabably wanted to make sure they got eveyrhting right before they start annoucing and releasing it so that we do not see another Nore 7 disaster.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup will feature a unique sort of hole in their display.
Galaxy Fold is one of the rumored commercial names for the upcoming smartphone, according to Dutch blog GalaxyClub. For 2019, Samsung will be trimming the bezels further and the latest flagship models will come with a new Infinity-O display that comes with a punch-hole camera design. Samsung has published its Android Pie roadmap in more countries this week, and the updated roadmap says the Galaxy Note 8Android Pie update will come in February while Galaxy S8 owners will have to wait till March.
Having said that, consumers in India have no reason to feel excited about this possibility, as the supposed device will mostly be available in markets like Europe and United States among others. The Galaxy S10 phones are all expected to pack multi-lens cameras on the back and Infinity-O screens. Reports mention the possibility of an Exynos 7870 chip at its core, coupled with 3GB of RAM, and either 16- or 32GB storage options. With that in mind, it's nearly certain that we'll see the A50 in stores in the first half of 2019, but exactly when is tougher to tell at the moment.