Recently many tweets and leaks have confirmed the design and specs of the upcoming Samsung’s flagship the Galaxy S10. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to be launched by the 20th of February.
According to sources Samsung this time is taking its flagship Smartphones to a whole new different level by infusing great shooting pinhole cameras to its vibrant “Infinity Display.” In my opinion, Samsung instead of following the footsteps of Apple’s “Notch Style” display and rather sporting something entirely different will make Samsung stand out from the others.
We will get to see more interesting color variants of the Galaxy S10 this time on (according to some rendered images). As we haven’t confirmed what specific colors they are going to be, stay tuned as we will update it as soon as we hear anything about them.
Few rendering images from sources say that the Galaxy S10 will have a curved screen Infinity display with a camera built right into the screen. Though many people have started ranting about this personally, I think this way of Samsung S10 would look much better if Samsung manages to nail their Camera performance with the all-new design.
In 2018 we saw the capability of “triple Camera” setup in many Smartphone, although Samsung already has shown off its excellent camera quality in the mid-range budget with the Galaxy A7, we could expect much more from the confirmed triple camera setup of the Galaxy S10 Plus because Samsung pays some special attention to their Camera performance of flagship Smartphones.
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Sources from the case manufactures for the Galaxy S10 revealed
that it will be the only flagship to still sport the classic and beloved headphone jack.
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The Samsung Galaxy S10 is supposed to be available in 3 different variants out of which the two variants “S10” and “S10 Plus” is the usual but, this time on users will have a cheaper version of the flagship which is said to be called as the Samsung S10 Lite. (Note: All the three variants have varying screen sizes and specs).
This time we will also see an improved version of the 3D face unlock and finally the in-built fingerprint unlock
Galaxy S10 variants is going to be expensive this time on due to the higher cost of manufacturing the curved screen. The S10 lite is expected to be priced around $719 followed by the S10 which will be priced around 739 euros across European countries and finally the S10 Plus variant which will be priced at AU$ 1,199 respectively.