We’re rapidly approaching 2019, and that means it will soon be time for Samsung’s yearly Galaxy S flagship launch. The company has been facing declining smartphone sales for some time now, and if the latest Wall Street Journal report is to be believed, it seems Samsung’s 2019 strategy will be to launch a whole bunch of high-end smartphone models and let the market decide.
The Journal‘s report claims the Galaxy S10 launch should happen sometime in February, and instead of the usual two smartphone models (one big, one small), Samsung will launch three variants of the Galaxy S10 at once. The report says the three models will have “displays that range in size from 5.8 inches to 6.4 inches”—so instead of “big” and “small,” it sounds like we’re getting “small,” “medium,” and “large.” After similar designs for the S8 and S9, the S10 is expected to be all new.
Source:: Arstechnica – Gadgets