Samsung is all set to launch its new flagship lineup – the Samsung Galaxy S10 at the Unpacked launch event. Three new flagship phones will be included the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and an entry-level model called the Galaxy S10e.
Today, the Galaxy S10 series has passed through the NCC certification process in Taiwan with model number SM-G975F/DS, SM-G973F/DS and SM-G970F/DS. The NCC listing doesn’t reveal much except that Samsung’s flagship smartphones will be using integrated antennas which combine Near Field Communication (NFC) and Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) antennas.
A few days ago, the Galaxy S10 series also passed Thailand’s NBTC certification which confirms that the model number SM-G975F/DS will be called Galaxy S10+, SM-G973F/DS will be called Galaxy S10, and SM-G970F/DS will be called Galaxy S10e.