Next year's affordable Galaxy S10 to come with 64GB of base storage
Word on the street is Samsung is going to follow into Apple's footsteps and not only ditch the headphone jack from the Galaxy S10, but also release three different versions of its next flagship wares. The third Galaacy will be a toned-down device devoid of the premium features that are expected to bre present on the S10 and S10 Plus, all for cost-cutting measures.
all three of Samsung's 2019 flagship phones, including the affordable so-called 'Lite' one, which will most likely be rolling under the SM-G970x model number. The latest hearsay claims that the base storage of that one will be pegged at 64GB, which is an adequate starting tier for most phones theses days anyways.Now, we already seem to know a lot about
Also, we have no reasons to believe the microSD card slot will be removed, so data hoarders that jump on that one will likely have their options for memory expansion nonetheless. However,the rumor mill has it that the other two Galaxies, known as SM-G973x and SM-G975x, will arrive with as a whole lot of 128GB of native storage from the get-go, following right into the Galaxy Note 9's footsteps. It's yet unlcear if they'd also come with 512GB of storage.
Aside from amping up the base storage itself, the next generation of the Galaxy family is tipped to arrive with triple-camera setups and ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanners. However, the affordable Galaxy is most certainly keeping a single camera and a rear-positioned fingerprint scanner for cost-cutting reasons - think of it as Samsung's upcoming iPhone XR.
Traditionally, we expect Samsung to announce its next flagsiphs sometime before next year's MWC trade show in Barcelona, Spain, which is set to take place February 25-28.