New 6GB RAM variant of Samsung Galaxy S10+ appears on TENAA

Samsung Galaxy S10+ is undergoing a new, exciting, and interesting evolution. As per the famous tipster Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) on twitter, TENAA has certified a new variant of Samsung’s first flagship of the year.

TENAA certification suggests that Samsung will be going to have a new 6GB variant for the model number SM-G9750, which represents the international model of Samsung Galaxy S10+. The smartphone was earlier having the 8GB or 12GB of RAM.

Samsung Galaxy S10+ is having an infinity-o-display. Moreover, the smartphone is having an in-display fingerprint sensor. The next generation, Dynamic AMOLED screen is HDR10+ certified, delivering Dynamic Tone Mapping for amazingly real color and contrast in each scene.

The smartphone is in possession of 16-megapixel Ultra Wide Camera along with a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera and Telephoto cameras, which can shoot with 2x optical zoom. In the front, the phone is in possession of a 10-megapixel selfie camera coupled with an 8-megapixel RGB depth camera.

The phone is having a healthy battery life up to 4100mAh, with Fast wireless charging 2.0. Interestingly, the smartphone will feature an IP68 rating, which is the highest mobile device standard for water and dust resistance.

The listing includes the images of Samsung Galaxy S10+ in Black and there is no visual difference from the previous images of the smartphone. We can only speculate that Samsung may intend to sell 6GB models of the Galaxy S10+ in other emerging markets, perhaps to lower down some of the manufacturing cost of the phone.


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