The Samsung Galaxy S10 is set to come in four different colors at launch, according to a report from SamMobile. It’s expected to launch in February of 2019, in Black, White, Yellow, and Green. Just like other manufacturers, Samsung has, in the past, released new color options after a launch. There’s nothing suggesting they won’t do it again either, so if the color options really don’t appeal to you then there is the option of new colors later on in its life cycle.
The Samsung Galaxy S10, incidentally, is also said to come in four different models, one of which will launch with 5G support later on. It’s entirely possible that it will launch alongside the Samsung Galaxy F, which SamMobile also was able to exclusively report on. With the model number SM-F900U, the Samsung Galaxy F will be available at launch with 512GB of storage. It will be available in both silver and black colors, so not quite as many color options as the Galaxy S10. We already know quite a bit about Samsung’s upcoming foldable smartphone, and with native support for such devices in Android, it’s only a matter of time until we see it launched.
As per The Wall Street Journal, the fourth Galaxy S10 model will not be released alongside the other three models. This is due to the fact that this model will actually support 5G technology and it will reportedly be made available in Spring’19.
Apart from the phone’s 5G capabilities, this fourth model is also said to come with a total of six cameras, which is something we have not seen on any smartphone till now. The report says that four cameras on the back promise “richer photos and better spatial perception.”
The Galaxy S10 model is also believed to come with ‘reverse wireless charging’, a feature that has been seen on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
Further, the announcement of this 5G-enabled Galaxy S10 will be made alongside the three Galaxy S10 models in February, says the report.