Some details about the upcoming Galaxy S10 Colors, Samsung’s much-rumored fingerprint sensors, and Samsung’s long-awaited foldable phone Galaxy F have finally been confirmed.
Coming to Samsung Galaxy S10 colors, the flagship is expected to start being available in the markets from February 2019, with its 5G variant following the suit in March. Samsung is providing its users with three variants of the device: the entry-level handset with model number SM-G970x and the two premium options with model numbers SM-G973x and SM-G975x. The device shall be made available in shades of Black, White, Yellow, and Green, although, all the four shades may not be available in all the markets. Some of the handsets are expected to be made available in gradient colors as well. The company is also providing the phone with LED Flip and Protective covers.
Galaxy S10 Colors is pioneering Samsung’s in-display fingerprint sensor, although, its cheapest model, with 64GB of internal storage, shall be deprived of the same. The SM-G973x and SM-G975x will feature a 5.8-inch and 6.44-inch display respectively. Both of the premium models will have an in-display fingerprint sensor. While the SM-G970x has been equipped with a 5.8-inch display, its lack of the on-screen fingerprint sensor is perhaps an attempt on the company’s part to price the entry-level model competitively; forcing Samsung to skimp on certain components to keep the cost down.
As for the foldable Galaxy F, it has a model number SM-F900U and will be available with 512GB of internal storage. The European and Asian variants of this device have model numbers SM-F900F and SM-F900N, respectively. Samsung will be rolling out Galaxy F worldwide and the device will be made available in shades of Silver and Black.