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Samsung Galaxy S10: Price, Specifications & Release Date in Pakistan

Samsung released Samsung Galaxy S9 on 16th March 2018 and it was announced on 25th February at Mobile World Congress at Barcelona. Samsung Galaxy S8 was also launched in the month of March in 2017. Thus we can expect Samsung Galaxy S10 to launch in March in 2019 as well.

As per the reports Galaxy S10 has a codename called Beyond. Samsung usually has codenames for its phones that define its strategy. As Galaxy S9 was named ‘Star’  as Samsung thought it will be the star phone of 2018, which didn’t work. Similarly, Galaxy S8 was named ‘Dream’ as Samsung hoped to leave Apple far behind, which it did in 2017.

Now the code name Beyond suggests that S10 will have features not seen in any phone till date. As per the current technological developments, S10 will probably rely heavily on AI features. Furthermore, a change in design is also expected for Samsung S10.

Coming to the features of the phone, an in-display fingerprint sensor is expected. We are not sure though that Samsung Galaxy S10 will be the first Samsung phone with in-display fingerprint or not. Another feature expected in the S10 phone is a 3D sensing module. As per reports, Samsung is planning to launch a 3D face scanning feature in S10 which will be highly secure and can be compared to the Face ID introduced in Apple iPhone X. Samsung is collaborating with Mantis Vision to develop a software that will enable a 3D sensing feature in S10.

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It is expected that the screen size of Samsung S10 will be increased slightly to 5.8 inches from 5.7 inches S9. Chances are that Galaxy S10 will run on Qualcomm Snapdragon chip, probably Snapdragon 855. All in all, we can expect an amazing camera, sleek looking, new Galaxy phone by Samsung with better battery & improved performance.

The lowest price of Galaxy S9 in Pakistan is Rs 76,999. Expect a higher price from Galaxy S10 in Pakistan, probably above 1 lac.