Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus Leaked Press Images Confirm Earlier Renders, Launching on February 20

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Triple Camera

Samsung’s tenth-edition Galaxy S smartphone series is 2019’s more awaited lineup. The South Korean electronics giant will unveil the Galaxy S10 series at a pre-MWC press briefing later this month in Barcelona, Spain. While many leaks have surfaced in the past, today’s Galaxy S10 leak is the most significant as images of all the color variants of the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus have been posted on the internet.

The latest set of Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus images were leaked by the famous German technology publication WinFuture.deSamsung now appears to be fully prepped up to counter the competition from Apple, Huawei, LG, and Xiaomi in 2019.

Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus Design, Specifications

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Screen

The Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus will bring a slightly refreshed design. At the front, the phones will have display punch-hole style selfie cameras and an in-display fingerprint reader. The Galaxy S10 features a 6.1-inch Super AMOLED display with QHD+ resolution, while the Galaxy S10 Plus will come featuring a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen with QHD+ resolution. The Galaxy S10 has a single front-facing camera and a triple-camera setup at the rear. The Galaxy S10 Plus features dual front-facing camera setup and three rear-facing cameras. While we don’t have information about the sensors’ sizes and resolution, these phones will be able to record 4K 60fps videos and capture images with background blur. Beside the rear-facing camera, we can also see heart rate monitors.

The Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus will run Android 9 Pie-based Samsung One UI out of the box. Samsung will continue placing hardware bloat in the form of a Bixby button, on the left side of the phone. The phones are made using glass and metal, but one variant of the Galaxy S10 Plus has a ceramic back. Both phones will have IP68 certification for dust and water resistance, stereo speakers, fast wireless charging a 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB 3.1 Type-C port. Some reports also claim that the upcoming Samsung phones have reverse wireless charging. Depending on the market, the phones will have either an Exynos 9820 processor or a Snapdragon 855 chipset. The Galaxy S10 will have 6GB RAM and 128GB/256GB internal storage. The Galaxy S10 Plus will be launched in three variants: 6GB RAM+128GB storage, 8GB RAM+512GB storage, and 12GB RAM+1TB internal storage. All phones will have hybrid microSD card slots.

Samsung will also launch the Galaxy S10e, which features a 5.8-inch screen, side mounted fingerprint reader, one selfie camera and a two rear-facing camera. The Galaxy S10e will have 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.

 

Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, S10 Plus Pricing, Colors

We have managed to obtain color variants and European pricing for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 Plus. The Galaxy S10e will be available in Blue, Canary Yellow, Prism Black, Green, and White colors. The Blue variant will be launched at a later stage, while the rest of the colors will be made available at launch. The Galaxy S10e will be priced in Europe at EUR 749.

The Galaxy S10 will be available in Black, Blue, Green, and White. It will be priced in Europe at EUR 899 for the 128GB storage variant and EUR 1,149 for the 512GB storage variant. The Galaxy S10 Plus will be launched in Black, Blue, Green, and White. The 128GB, 512GB, and 1TB storage variants of the Galaxy S10 Plus will be priced at EUR 999, EUR 1,249, and EUR 1,499, respectively in European markets. US pricing will likely remain similar, but we’re not too sure about it right now.


SOURCEWinFuture

Asif heads the editorial team at MySmartPrice. He has more than six years of experience in reporting consumer technology, and has been quoted in various esteemed publications, including TheVerge, TWiT, and SamMobile. Asif has immense interest in CPUs, GPUs, mobile chipsets, camera sensors, and apps. Asif can be tagged as one of the most patient team members as we often pick his brains when it comes to learn about complex tech topics like camera sensors.