The Samsung Galaxy S10 is on track to be the most feature-packed Flagship to come from the South Korean phone maker to date. The phone’s AMOLED screen is likely going to measure 6.1-inches and offer a resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels. This screen is rumored to feature an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner. The S10’s body is expected to be almost entirely covered with Gorilla Glass 6, and is tipped to feature a curved Infinity-O panel. This display will house a single selfie camera in a cutout at the top left of the display while the rear will be compromised of a dual-camera setup. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset is going to power the phone in most markets, while an Exynos 9820 will be used for others. Storage options are said to be comprised of 6GB or 8GB of RAM, paired with 128GB or 512 GB of onboard memory. All variants will most likely run Android 9.0 Pie OS with Samsung’s One UI on top. The battery on this phone is expected to measure around 3300mAh, and will most certainly support wireless charging.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Price in India
The Samsung Galaxy S10 price in India is expected to start at Rs 61,999 for the base variant, and it can go up to Rs 74,999 for the top-end variant. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is due to be launched at Samsung’s Unpacked Event on February 20, 2019.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Release Date
|Launch Date||20th February 2019|
|Updated On||18th February 2019|
|Disclaimer: The price and Release Date shown may be different from Actual, we can not guarantee that the information above is 100% correct.|
Samsung Galaxy S10 Key Specifications
- 3300 mAh capacity
- Single SIM (Nano-SIM) or Hybrid Dual SIM sim configuration
- 6.1 inches (15.49 cm) screen size
- Samsung Exynos 9 Octa 9820 cpu
- Android v9.0 (Pie) operating system
- 128GB internal
- 6GB ram
- Triple ( 12MP + 12MP );8 MP camera
Galaxy S10 Leaked Images Confirm Punch-Hole Selfie Camera Design
A plethora of leaked live images and design renders have pretty much confirmed how the upcoming Galaxy S10 lineup from Samsung will look like. The smartphones are most definitely going to make use of Infinity-O displays that were first unveiled months ago. Considering that the recently launched Galaxy A8s also bears this panel, there is really no reason for us to doubt its use on Samsung’s upcoming flagship.
The rest of the phone’s design is also in keeping with that of its predecessors. The phone’s 6.1-inch QHD+ AMOLED curves around the edges, with the top and bottom bezels seemingly reduced further. a 3.5mm headphone jack will still be present on this smartphone. It will be located at the bottom, just beside the USB Type-C charging port and loudspeaker. Even with all these holes percent, the phone is expected to feature IP68 water resistance just like its predecessor. Furthermore, pretty much the entire body is going to be encased with Gorilla Glass 6.
Galaxy S10 Posts Impressive Geekbench Scores
Since the Galaxy S10 is going to be a 2019 flagship, it will boast top-of-the-line internal specifications. This includes the use of a Snapdragon 855 chipset for most markets, and Exynos 9820 for others. Geekbench listing for the Snapdragon 855 variant of this phone leaked recently, revealing scores that are even better than a previous leak of the Galaxy S10 Plus’s scores. In this leak, the S10 gained 4472 points in single-core performance and 10387 points in multi-core performance. These are one of the most impressive numbers we have seen from a Snapdragon 855-equipped phone, even if they fall short of scores obtained by Apple’s current flagship chipset.
Galaxy S10 Might Feature 9W Reverse Wireless Charging and Support Wi-Fi 6 Standard
A large 3300mAh battery is expected to be loaded on the Galaxy S10. It will most certainly feature fast charging and wireless charging support, but that is not the most exciting part. It has been hinted that the phone will also feature reverse wireless charging that will allow other compatible devices to be topped up via the S10. Furthermore, the charging speeds for this are rumored to go as high as 9W. The only other phone on the market that can currently offer reverse wireless charging is the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, and even that only goes up to 2.5W.
Also being reported is that the phone will offer Wi-Fi 6 support. This might not come into play for a while though, as no one really owns Wi-Fi 6-capable routers yet. Nevertheless, this move could prove to be excellent from a future-proofing point of view.