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This isn't the first leak of the Samsung Galaxy S10 in its multiple iterations, and it most certainly won't be the last.

The same report further revealed information about the Samsung Galaxy S10, as well.

The Wall Street Journal is reporting this week that Samsung is planning on launching a special edition Galaxy S10 variant in celebration of the Galaxy S family's 10th anniversary. It has a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display, 2960 x 1440 pixel resolution, 64GB internal storage, and a 3000mAh battery that supports Quick Charge 2.0 and wireless charging. From the look of things, we can argue that the Galaxy A9 (2018), Samsung first-ever quadruple camera smartphone, is just a test device.

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The Infinity O display is rumored to introduced a new full-screen design with a punch-hole in the upper-left corner.

Out of the supposed four devices now in development, inside sources told the Wall Street Journal that the high-end smartphone is set to feature a 6.7-inch bezel-less screen, a jump from the Note 9's 6.4-inch display. "Samsung Flex" and "Galaxy Flex" both make plenty of sense for the handset, especially the latter. For those customers purchasing the Galaxy A9 via HDFC Debit and Credit card, they will get Rs 3000 cashback.

Previous reports did say the Galaxy S10 won't have an in-display fingerprint sensor, and that it won't have a triple-lens camera on the back either. One or two of the devices may pack a fingerprint reader in the display as well as facial recognition unlocking. The decision to go all-in with its dual-curved Infinity Display design has also extended to the Galaxy Note range, following the launch of the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 in August 2016. The Galaxy S series is usually the vanguard for the new Qualcomm chip, which, rumor has it, is called the Snapdragon 8150. Because of this, 2019 should be a pretty exciting year for the mobile space. With sales on the decline, surely one of these five models will be a hit in the market.

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