Leak says a special Galaxy S10 version will launch with mind-blowing specs
Samsung still has one major launch left to tease in 2018, as rumors suggest that the company will show off a prototype of its Galaxy F phone with a foldable OLED display next month. But Samsung is finished releasing flagship phones for the year. Now that everything is said and done, we can safely say that this has been the most boring year in recent history for the world's top smartphone company. The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ were hugely disappointing, packing minimal specs upgrades into the same design as last year's Galaxy S phones. That's why they're reportedly on pace to be Samsung's worst-selling Galaxy S phones since 2012. The Galaxy Note 9 is a bit better thanks to a huge battery and a new S Pen stylus with Bluetooth, but it was a pretty boring update too, and it's been all but forgotten by the tech press at this point.
Thankfully, 2019 is shaping up to be an entirely different story for Samsung. While 2018 was filled with boring, iterative flagship updates, next year is rumored to be packed with exciting new Samsung phones. There are at least three new flagship lines launching in 2019, but the first and perhaps most exciting will be the Galaxy S10. Leaks have already spilled plenty of details surround Samsung's next Galaxy S phone, and now a new leak says there will be a special version of the new Galaxy S10 with specs that are out of this world.
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