Galaxy S10 Plus reportedly passes certification in Russia

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is the Korean giants upcoming flagship device, which is already well rumored around these parts. The latest piece of news is an alleged filing for a Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus device that is being certified for the Russian market.

The listing doesnt reveal any new specs about the flagship, but we do see three different model numbers signifying variants of the Galaxy S10 Plus: SM-G975F / DS SM-G975F / SM-G975X. In the past, all Plus variants have usually ended in 5, so wed expect the regular Galaxy S10 model to be SM-G970x (where the x depends on the region). As for what the actual X variant represents is unknown at this time.


Its still too early to tell the final specs and design of the Galaxy S10, but rumors so far have suggested that the S10 will come with either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 or Samsungs Exynos 9820 depending on the region. Other rumors include 5G connectivity, a 512GB storage option, and analysts claim that a fully-loaded tier will have a doubtful 12GB of RAM.

Perhaps since the 5G version is said to have a ceramic back, this could be the X variant that we saw in the certification document. Otherwise, the Galaxy S10 will have an updated array of multiple cameras. The S10 Plus is said to have a display between 6.4-inches and 6.7-inches diagonally.

As for a release date, Samsung usually releases the Galaxy S device sometime between February and April. We can always expect a release at the MWC in Barcelona (which usually takes place in late-February), but lately weve noticed a trend of bigger smartphone makers holding major events independent of a huge trade show. My guess is well see Samsung announce this guy in New York City.

Source | Via (Translated)