Ever since leaks of the Samsung Galaxy S10 had started appearing, one detail was pretty consistent across the board — Samsung would be unveiling three new flagship Galaxy S10 devices. A few days ago, rumours were rife with the news that Samsung would be launching not three but four new S10 handsets but this fact has been shot down as a new leak shows the model numbers of the three upcoming smartphones from the Galaxy S10 series.
As per an exclusive report by SamMobile, a couple of the Galaxy S10 model numbers are SM-G970F and SM-G975F while the third Galaxy S10 will have the SM-G973F model number.
It is reported that Samsung has already begun testing these devices with the firmware version XXU0ARI8 as of now. As per earlier rumours, the next bit of information lines up accurately as the Galaxy S10 will come with Android 9.0 out of the box.
A recent report had suggested that a 5G variant of the biggest Galaxy S10 was also being tested however, it is not expected to have a different model number and in all likelihood it will be a South Korea and US exclusive. These are the two countries where Samsung is actively working to steer in the 5G era.
As far as other specifications go, the display of the largest Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to be 6.44-inches and will have a triple camera system on the rear and adual camera setup up front. The report goes on to add that SM-G970F and SM-G973F are rumoured to have a 5.8-inch screen, with a dual rear camera setup on one and a single rear camera system on the other.