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We have seen Lenovo Z5 Pro GT in December last year as the world’s first phone that is equipped with 12GB of RAM. It seems that Samsung, is also all set to join the same club with the upcoming Galaxy S10 Plus.

Earlier reports revealed that the South Korean tech giant would launch a version of the Galaxy S10 that will have a ceramic body. That version was then said to be the 5G enabled handset with moniker Galaxy S10 X. However, the latest news suggest that the ceramic body handset will likely be a variant of the Galaxy S10 Plus packed with a huge storage.

As per SamMobile’s digging, the version of Galaxy S10 Plus we are talking about will be made available in white and black ceramic variants having model number SM-G975FC. Meanwhile, UniverseIce – a China-based leaker has revealed that the ceramic version of the S10 Plus will also have 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage!

The tweet further reveals that the ceramic is made via a special process that makes it “resistant to scratches” and “resistant to falling”. The critics believe that although the feature would make Galaxy S10 Plus more durable than the glass-made devices but it will also result in additional weight.

If both the above leaks come true, then the upcoming ceramic body Galaxy S10 Plus would be the only device on the planet that offers an extreme memory configuration of 12GB RAM and 1TB storage.

Although no words about pricing and availability of that mighty handset, but we believe that this particular variant of Galaxy S10 Plus will likely be limited to South Korea and China with a real bulky price tag.

Stay tuned to know more about Samsung devices.