You know about the Samsung Galaxy S10, the S10E, the S10+, and the S10 5G but it turns out that there might be a fifth variant of the S10 smartphone that not many know about. That is right, the fifth S10 smartphone is called the Samsung Galaxy S10F. Here is what we know so far.
Samsung launched its 10th generation Galaxy S10 smartphones a few days ago at the Unpacked event in California. The new S10 lineup was heavily leaked prior to launch but there was no mention of Samsung Galaxy S10F.
The tech world was so invested in the 4 known variants of the S10 that they might have missed a fifth variant of the lineup. What exactly is the S10F?
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Currently, we don’t know all that much about the smartphone, there are no renders nor any known specifications, however, we do have an image of the protective cover of the phone that was leaked just recently.
From what can be seen it looks like the Samsung Galaxy S10F is a smaller and more compact version of the S10. Some have commented that the “F” could stand for “Fit”. The cutout for the rear cameras is wide enough to house at least a 2 camera setup. I also have a feeling that there will be a single front-facing camera but who knows Samsung might go the dual-cam route with this one as well.
As for the internals, we don’t know much them but I’d bet good money that this version of the phone features the same SD 855 processor as the rest of the lineup. It doesn’t make sense to exclude the S10F from what is offered in other variants.
As for the RAM, I’d say the minimum option would be 6 GB. Storage would start at 128GB with the option to expand.
Moreover, I think it is safe to assume that this variant will also feature the headphone jack along with wireless charging.