Three Samsung Galaxy S10 models have just been certified in China
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The Samsung Galaxy S10 series isn’t set to go official until MWC 2019 in February. But despite this being almost five months away, the South Korean giant has already submitted the three main models for testing in China.
According to the listings, China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (CMIIT) received the smartphones on September 25. These bear the model numbers SM-G9700, SM-G9730, and SM-G9750, which coincide perfectly with previous leaks. Moreover, it’s worth noting that the extra zero on the end confirms Samsung has developed these specific variants for the Chinese market.
Unsurprisingly, no details are provided about the smartphones other than the fact that they support GSM, CDMA, and LTE networks. However, previous leaks have suggested that both the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Lite will make use of 5.8-inch displays. The Galaxy S10+, on the other hand, will boast a much larger 6.44-inch screen. As expected, all three panels will be of an OLED nature. However, only the Galaxy S10 and S10+ will feature curved edges too.
Camera-wise, it’s understood that the larger model will include a regular dual-aperture camera alongside a telephoto lens and a wide-angle one. The other two devices, on the other hand, are expected to drop the telephoto solution.
As mentioned above, the Galaxy S10 lineup is expected to go official in late February 2019. Alongside the certified models, Samsung is also expected to announce a 5G-ready Galaxy S10+ which will be available in a limited number of countries across the globe.