Even as we look forward to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S11 series, a new development has come up. This interesting development has to do with this year’s Samsung Galaxy S10+.
According to @stufflistings on Twitter, the Galaxy S10+ is getting a new variant that has just gotten TENAA certification. This new variant will have 6GB of RAM.
From the TENAA listing, the new 6GB device has model number SM-G9750. This points to the international model of the Samsung Galaxy S10+. The original S10+ launched with 8GB and 12GB RAM options.
Also, as seen from the listing, the new Galaxy S10+ is physically similar to the original one. The listing shows the device in black.
It is not yet clear when Samsung will officially unveil the Samsung Galaxy S10+ with 6GB RAM. We can only wait.