As you might think, the Galaxy series’ 10th anniversary will be marked by a major change, right? And that’s what Samsung is going to do with its tenth major deal, the Galaxy S10. New benchmarks have revealed quite a bit about the S10 and it’s going to be a major upgrade. As Samsung chief commented recently, the Galaxy S10 design will be very significant and it will be a crowd-pleasing upgrade as well. This means that we are getting new colors on the S10 as well as a new design.
Apart from all that detail, new benchmarks have leaked revealing a lot about the device and its display. The latest benchmarks show us that the Galaxy s10 will have a 19:9 aspect ratio for the display, the resolution now being 3040×1440. Like the S8 and S9 series before this, this great feat is achieved by making the display taller and keeping the dimensions as it is. Now that we are getting a bigger display, this means there will be major changes in the design as well. Samsung tried a lot to hide, the model number for the benchmark showing us a device with id, SM-G405F whereas the S10 models will be SM-G4x0 or SM-G4x5 respectively.
The other big news is that the Galaxy S10 will be getting a triple camera setup. The latest rumors about the triple camera setup started showing up when the news about a 4 camera budget phone release in 2018. As per the rumors, this might hint that the Galaxy S10 will indeed get a triple camera apart from the design change.