24 January 2019
The Galaxy S10 series rumors are gaining momentum and with each passing day, we have something new and exciting regarding the upcoming Samsung's flagships. Today the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus clears the 3C certifications bearing model number SM-G9730 and SM-G9750 respectively.
As expected the 3C certification doesn't reveal any new hardware details. However, it confirms both the upcoming flagships will have EP-TA200 fast travel charger straight out of the box. The fast charger output will be either 9.0V/1.67A or 5.0V/2.0A. Although the model numbers are not officially confirmed the chances are high the Galaxy S10's model number will be SM-G9730 whereas the model number of Galaxy S10 Plus will be SM-G9750. The entry-level variant Galaxy S10 Lite is expected to have SM-G9700 model number.
From what we heard so far all the S10 variants will have the Snapdragon 855/ Exynos 9820 SoC. The S10 Lite OR E variant will have 4GB RAM with 128GB native storage. The standard Galaxy S10 will have 6GB RAM with either 128GB or 256GB native storage. The top of the line Galaxy S10 Plus will have up to 8GB RAM with 512GB storage.
The S10 E will be smallest amongst all in terms of the display with 5.8-inches flat AMOLED display. The Galaxy S10 will have a slightly larger curved display of 6.1-inches. The S10 Plus will have 6.4-inches display panel. Samsung is expected to introduce ultra-sonic fingerprint scanner with the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus.
As far as cameras are a concern, the S10, and S10 Plus rumored to have triple rear snappers whereas the S10 E will likely have dual rear cameras. Up front, you will find dual cameras on the S10 Plus whereas the other two models will have single front-facing sensor.
The best thing is Samsung fans don't have to wait longer as the Galaxy S10 series will be officially launched on February 20 in the next Unpacked event.
Do share your thoughts regarding the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus 3C certification in the comments section below. Stay tuned.