Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Plus will feature a massive 1TB of internal storage, as well as double the amount of RAM found inside this year’s Galaxy Note 9.
That’s according to Chinese analysts with knowledge of Samsung’s plans. They say that the device, due to launch ahead of Mobile World Congress next February, will pack 12GB of RAM, a first for a smartphone.
Such a move would allow the Galaxy S10 Plus to multitask between apps with no lag in performance. Allying that with 1TB of storage would be a major statement from Samsung. The Galaxy Note 9’s 512GB storage can be doubled to 1TB, but only via micro SD.
Elsewhere, the same sources say that the Galaxy S10 Plus will feature a massive 6.7–inch screen and a quad camera set up, something already seen on Samsung’s recently launched Galaxy A9. Previous rumours suggest it will come with an in–screen fingerprint scanner as well.
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