The Lenovo Z5 Pro GT introduced as the world’s initial phone with 12GB of RAM in December. New reports say a variant of Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Plus might join the list.
It was reported a some months ago that Samsung would release a version of the Galaxy S10 that will have a ceramic body. That version was initial said to be the 5G version of the Galaxy S10 what has been referred to as the Galaxy S10 X. Newest news from say it will likely be a variant of the Galaxy S10 Plus instead and will pack much of memory and RAM.
This variant of the Galaxy S10 Plus is said to have model number SM-G975FC and will come in white and black ceramic versions as claimed by to SamMobile. China-based leaker @UniverseIce known for his Samsung-related leaks Additionally uncovered in a tweet last day that the ceramic version of the S10 Plus will In addition have 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage!
The Galaxy S10+ 12GB/1TB version will have a ceramic back cover. This ceramic has a special process that is not only scratch resistant but also resistant to falling, but the weight will increase. This is the most advanced version of the S10+ . There is a metallic luster.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) January 19, 2019
The tweet In addition said the ceramic is made via a extra special process that not only makes it resistant to scratches but Additionally “resistant to falling”. We believe he means the cameraphone will also be in a position to survive more drops than the glass version. But, this feature gives the smartphone far more weight. Lastly, he says it will have a steel luster which really should make it appear actually pleasant and attractive.
12GB of RAM and 1TB is a whole ton of RAM and memory and if we are being honest we know its outrageous. We believe this variant of the Galaxy S10 Plus will likely be limited to Samsung’s home country and China. It will also price a little fortune.