While ordering devices from Samsung means that you can buy them with EIP or JOD, Samsung does offer its own financing option if you're interested. This isn't the first leak of the Samsung Galaxy S10 in its multiple iterations, and it most certainly won't be the last.
South Korean smartphone manufacturer, Samsung is now working on its next flagship- Galaxy S10 series (probably three variants as we've seen with Galaxy S6 series) and is going to reintroduce flat displays in a basic variant of the upcoming phone.
Samsung Galaxy A9 will join the recently launched Galaxy A7 which features a triple-camera setup and side fingerprint sensor. And that includes a huge 6.7-inch screen, and a total of six cameras - four on the back, 2 on the front.
Apart from revealing the information about the Galaxy S10, SamMobile mentions that the Galaxy F foldable smartphone that is expected to debut in March next year will come in Silver and Black colour options.
It's unclear exactly why Samsung is looking to remove its trademark curvaceous display from at least one model of the Galaxy S10. It is reported that the new display panels will come with not just one but two holes where one will be available for the front-facing, selfie camera, the other one will be provided for the infrared sensor.
High-end Samsung smartphone #5 is the mythical foldable smartphone, which Samsung teased on stage earlier this month. The company is also reportedly focusing on less expensive mobile offerings to boost sales across tiers and regions. Nearly as if the number of options users have has a direct influence on which model they're apt to choose. The report says the three models will have "displays that range in size from 5.8 inches to 6.4 inches"-so instead of "big" and "small", it sounds like we're getting "small", "medium", and "large".