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Samsung 1TB 5G Smartphone Leaked

Samsung’s long-awaiting 5G smartphone, codenamed “Beyond X”, has been leaked ahead of its official launch with a massive 1TB of storage.

Spotted by Slashgear, the information was allegedly posted accidentally on Samsung’s Korean website confirming the model, the Galaxy S10+.

We have known for some time that Samsung was working on a 5G model with a curved 6.7″ display and six cameras (two front and four rear).

Three core models are already expected in the Galaxy S10 lineup: the 6.1″ Galaxy S10, the 6.44″ Galaxy S10+, and the 5.8″ Galaxy S10e.

According to the leak, the device will have 1TB of storage and 12GB of RAM making it the most memory filled device the company has ever made.

The Galaxy S10+ is slated to be a “Limited Edition” model and is tipped to cost around $3,000. 

Also, reliable tipster Evan Blass has tweeted out an image of the S10+ seemingly confirming that the device will also retain the headphone jack.

Samsung’s Philippine chapter hints that this particular model could launch on March 15, with pre-orders of all Galaxy S10 models to commence begin after the February 20 Unpacked event.

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