15 February 2019
Samsung is all set to announce Galaxy S10 series at the next Unpacked event on February 20th. Ahead of the official unveiling, the rumors mill is producing new details almost on daily basis and with each passing day, we have something new and exciting regarding the upcoming flagship series from Samsung. All leaks hints Samsung will be releasing at least four variants of S10 lineup including standard Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, budget-friendly S10e, and S10 X 5G.
Today a new report from GSMArena reveals few key details regarding the upcoming S10 phones. The report suggests Samsung will be debuting new Super AMOLED display with the S10 series. This display will support 10-bit colors processing but how it exactly it will be different from regular AMOLED panels, it is still a mystery.
So far we haven't heard any detail regarding the selfie snapper. The new report reveals the S10 lineup will have a 10MP snapper on the front with OIS. The camera will feature dual-pixel autofocus and also it can record videos at 4K resolution. The secondary snapper on the S10+ is meant to capture the depth of field.
The S10 series will debut the under-glass fingerprint scanner. According to the report, the scanner won't work on all display instead it will work on the exclusive surface only. Since the Galaxy S8 lineup, the Samsung flagships display bottom comes with 3D touch to provide haptic feedback. The S10 lineup won't have 3D touch at the bottom.
As far as Galaxy S10+ is a concern it will be packed with a 4,100mAh battery cell. The device will support reverse wireless charging. The current gen of Samsung's flagships can record super-slow-motion video of 0.2s to 0.4s, the S10 lineup will be able to capture super slow-motion video of 0.4s to 0.8s.
In terms of colors options, the S10 and S10+ will be released in Vivid Blue, Black, Teal and White colors. All the colors won't be available in all regions. The S10e will have the exclusive color option of Vivid Yellow.
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