Samsung Galaxy S10: No More Surprises Left

Samsung Galaxy S10: No More Surprises Left

Samsung Galaxy S10: No More Surprises Left

While reports that surfaced in early 2018 focused primarily on the rear camera configuration of the S10s, a report that surfaced last week highlighted key camera features for the three Galaxy S10 devices. We could see the "handsets" triple-lens and dual-lens cameras, ultra-thin bezels, and much ballyhooed "pinhole' cameras".

At the moment, we don't know a lot about the device's internal specifications, although it's likely to get top-of-the-line hardware. The fingerprint sensor is also mounted on the rear.

Samsung's documents also say that the Galaxy A50 will have a length of 158.5mm and a width of 74.5mm, while it will also include a non-removable battery, as expected.

We're a little over a week away from Samsung's official reveal of the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10E, which means it's time for the more convincing leaked renders to land online ahead of launch.

We recently noted that Samsung's new flagship might be on its way with something that would massively support the whole crypto space - an integrated wallet for cryptos.

The Samsung Galaxy S10, S10E, and S10 Plus all have the same front-facing camera feature.


Selfie-wise, the S10+ sports a 10-megapixel main camera with an f/1.9 aperture and an 8-megapixel sensor with an f/2.2 aperture.

All the phones run on Android Pie out of the box with Samsung's One UI on top.

Samsung will launch the S10 on February 20th.

The Samsung Galaxy S10+ comes in three variants - 6GB + 128GB, 8GB + 512GB and 12GB + 1TB. "The 12GB variant, meanwhile, will be available in 'Luxurious Ceramic Black" and 'Luxurious Ceramic White" colour variants.

As part of the offers, Amazon is providing the Total Damage Protection plan for the Galaxy M10 at Rs 699 and for the Samsung M20 at Rs 1,199. The company has already scheduled an Unpacked event on February 20, just a day before the commencement of Mobile World Congress 2019.

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