Samsung took the wraps off its 2019 Galaxy S10 flagship models last month in New York. The Galaxy S10 models have the Galaxy S10, S10 5G, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10E. The Galaxy S10E happens to be a trimmed down variant of the models with a starting price tag tag of $749.
That could not appear cheap however whenever compared to the s10 and S10 Plus, the price is cheaper. Samsung has been implementing some changes in its prepare to the market with a lot more focus on the budget to the price range market. There are rumours the South Korean company will also adjust its prepare in the flagship section by launching a extra cost-effective flagship. The flagship is said to arrive with a inexpensive value tag than the Galaxy S10E.
The information was shared by a tipster of Twitter, who also hinted that the technical giant will launch far more than six flagships fueled by the Sd 855 chipset this year. Samsung was expected to release a total of six flagships this year and individuals include the fresh Galaxy S10 series (Galaxy S10, S10+, S10e), the upcoming 5G-enabled Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Fold. Samsung will also launch the Galaxy Note 10 later in the year. Going by this fresh tip, the Chinese technology giant may be planning to release additional flagships.
Such rumours really should be received with a pinch of salt, though. This is because Samsung is presently focusing on boosting the price range segment and so, may perhaps not have such aims in sight. In another light, the Galaxy S10E might have been launched just to test the water, considering how it comes with a Snapdragon 855 and misses out on few attributes which includes on-screen fingerprint and edge-to-edge panel. The success of the model may perhaps determine the next step the manufacturer will take.