The Samsung Galaxy S10 will consist of three devices

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Samsung is reportedly preparing the three new devices that will be the new Galaxy S10 series, one of which will be able to offer access to 5G networks.

At the same time, the Korean company reportedly is preparing the expected smartphone for quite some time now. All of the revelations were made in Bloomberg from an unnamed source, most likely a Samsung executive.

The basic model of the Galaxy S10, according to Bloomberg, will feature a 5.8-inch AMOLED diagonal screen and a triple main camera that features a “normal” lens, a wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens. Additionally, it will feature an in-display fingerprint scanner and a front camera that will also be located below the screen.

The Plus model of the series will have the same basic features as it will have a larger diagonal screen. The S10’s ‘financial’ device will feature a flat AMOLED screen and probably a fingerprint scanner on the side. The article does not mention anything about the cameras but we could assume that it will feature a main camera consisting of a lens.

With regard to Samsung’s foldable smartphone, Bloomberg says it will be the company’s drive to dominate a new market, which however has the potential to grow in the future. We should not forget that until now no manufacturer has presented a device with a foldable screen while Huawei promises to present its own soon.

From Korea, similar publications confirm the existence of the in-display fingerprint scanner in the Galaxy S10 series. At the same time, there is the talk of differentiating the devices according to the processor they will “wear”. According to the Korean website ETNews, there will be a difference in the design of the Exynos processor models from Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors.

The Korean publication does not mention the type of processors selected by Samsung for the Galaxy S10 series, but Samsung has already announced it is ready to go ahead with the 7nm processor architecture (Exynos). In addition, TSMC will take on the construction of 7nm processors for Qualcomm, which will equip the next Android flags, and therefore the Galaxy S10 family in some markets.

The Galaxy S10 family is expected to make its official appearance either at the beginning of January at CES 2018 in Las Vegas or at the end of February during the MWC 2018 in Barcelona.