Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Price in Dubai, UAE  

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus



According to the rumors flying around, after the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Edge are released somewhere around the mid to late pf 2017, Samsung has something else stored for us. The new Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus will soon be launching in the late 2018. Now it may seem a bit late, but the new is enough to rile up the Samsung fans. They are boasted to come with features and technologies that have never been seen before, at least that’s what Samsung claims. The new trend with Samsung is the curved display, which gives a future like look to the S8 and S8. People are bursting with excitement just to see what Samsung has in store for the future. Whether it will be a new display or one of those in the Iron Man movies, we won’t know until the end of the year 2018.


Since the device will be launching after almost a year, we have no concrete evidence about the designs whatsoever. What we do have are rumors and speculations, unless the company themselves release any sort of information about the device.

According to Samsung, the Galaxy S10 plus will come encapsulated within a metallic body. The metal so being speculated as aluminum. The S10 Plus is rumored to have the curved display, although the S7 and the S8 didn’t had any. Looking at the price bracket, the S10 will most probably have 4K display or a full HD 1080p at the least. Screen size is estimated to be a decent 5.5 inch, however they are subjected to change in the future. The display will also probably be an AMOLED display as it is seen in most Samsung flagships, with a ppi of approx. ~420.


The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will have the latest android version which is as of now the Nougat 7.1; We might get to see Android 8.0 or even 9.0. The latest processor by far is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. However, in the coming years, another variant might come out which will be even more powerful. For now, we are guessing that the S10 will come out with the default quad core processor clocked at ~2.3 GHz and Snapdragon 835, along with the Adreno 540. The device will supposedly have 6 to 8 GB of RAM and 64 to 128 GB of internal memory. These are the two possible variants as of now, and they may change when the phone is actually released. Both the S10 and the S0 Plus shall have expandable storage capabilities with the help of and SD card, with a hybrid sim tray slot.


Samsung seems to be pumping more juice in their camera power. According to rumors, the S10 Plus will sport a monstrous 30 MP camera and a 16 MP front shooter. There are no reports whether the rear will have a dual camera setup as we are seeing in 2017, but rest assured they are saying the cameras won't be anything short of amazing. Previously only Nokia used to sport such hefty camera under their hoods, and now Samsung seems to be taking the hints from them. The cameras will probably have a Sony Exmor Sensor and any other details are yet unknown.


Both the devices will have dual sim support along with 4G capability. Recently there are rumors of a 5G connectivity and maybe even more, we are not sure. 2018 is still a long way to go, and nobody can tell where we will be by then. Hence we can assume that by that time, Samsung will sport all the up-to-date gears in the market. In terms of battery, Samsung has never gone past the 3500mAh mark in terms of battery juice. In future their decision may change, but that is something we cannot claim for sure. The S10 Plus will most probably have a ~3500 mAh battery and maybe a little more, possibly 3,580 mAh. After the failure of the Note 7, Samsung seems to concentrate more on their battery performance, as the company took a huge blow after the Note 7 blowing ups mishaps. Only future will tell if the S10 Plus has enough juice to pull us through the day.



At this stage when provided with only speculations, it’s hard to come up with some solid advantages and disadvantages. Everything from design to battery is a mere speculation and thus the device cannot be fully judged.

Nothing seems to be out of the ordinary except the camera. If I were a Samsung fanboy, I will definitely look forward to the 30 MP camera.


So far the design and the screen size don’t seem to impressive.