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Galaxy S10 video teasers highlight 4K selfie camera and some interesting features

14 February 2019 3

We are just a few days away from the launch of the Galaxy S10 models launch but the leaks can’t stay back. Now, Samsung Vietnam YouTube channel has published some teaser videos that highlight some distinct features of the Galaxy S10.

One of the videos highlights the new kind of display that the Galaxy S10 series is going to flaunt. There’s no notch but hole(s) for the selfie camera(s). It also specifically stresses the presence of an in-display fingerprint sensor based on ultrasonic technology. This technology is advanced and better than the current one which is used in many phones.

Another video gives a glimpse at the selfie camera of the Galaxy S10. The title of the video mentions “4K,” suggesting top-end video recording support through the selfie camera. The video doesn’t reveal the configuration of the selfie camera but if the very recent rumor is to be believed, the phone will sport a 10MP Dual Pixel image sensor at the front along with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS).

The third video highlights the wireless charging support on the Galaxy S10 models. Some previous reports suggest that the handsets could have fast, 15W wireless charging technology along with 9W reverse wireless charging support, similar to Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

Recently, an APK teardown of the camera has revealed that the One UI is going to have features such as Full HD Super Slow Motion, Best Shot, and HDR10+ for video recording.

Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 models at its Unpacked event which is scheduled to happen on February 20. So, let’s just wait for the day.


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