Samsung Galaxy S10 Series Notify Me Page Goes Live on Flipkart, Launch Set for February 21

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Render Cover

Flipkart has posted a banner of the Galaxy S10 series launch event on its website, which indicates that these upcoming smartphones will be available in India through Flipkart. There is also a notify me option on the banner to keep users updated on the latest developments of the launch. Now there is nothing new about the launch date. Samsung has already revealed that the Galaxy S10 series will launch internationally on 21st February 2019 at its Unpacked event during the MWC exhibition.

So far, there have been numerous leaks of the Galaxy S10 series, revealing its variants, specifications, and pricing. According to these leaks and rumors, the Galaxy S10 will be available in four variants internationally; the Galaxy S10E, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and the Galaxy S10 Plus 5G. However, Samsung might not launch the 5G variant in India, considering that there is no 5G connectivity in the country yet. Let us have a look at its expected India pricing, and the specifications we know of so far.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Series Expected Price in India and Launch Date

Yesterday, 91Mobiles revealed the Indian pricing on the Galaxy S10 series. If the report is to be believed, the Galaxy S10e will start from INR 50,000, the S10 will start from INR 65,000, and the Galaxy S10 Plus will start from INR 75,000. Even we think that the Galaxy S10 series will launch with the prices mentioned above.

The report from 91Mobiles also reveals the Indian launch date of the S10 series. According to the tech publication, the Galaxy S10 series will launch on 6th March 2019, and it will go on sale from 15th March 2019.

What We Know So Far About the Galaxy S10 Series

As I have mentioned earlier, the Galaxy S10 series will come in three variants in India; the Galaxy S10e, S10, and the S10 Plus. All three devices will pack the Exynos 9820 SoC, and they’ll run on Android 9 Pie operating system with the OneUI customization. A report from WinFuture reveals that the Galaxy S10e will come in only 6GB RAM + 128GB variant, the Galaxy S10 will come in 6GB RAM + 128GB storage, and 8GB RAM + 512GB storage variants, whereas, the Galaxy S10 will be available in 6GB + 128GB, 8GB + 512GB, and 12GB + 1TB configurations.

One of the highlights of the Galaxy S10 series will be its display. All three devices in the Galaxy S10 line-up will have a punch-hole in the screen, just like the one we saw on the Samsung Galaxy A8s, and the Honor View 20. According to leaks, rumors, and CAD renders, the Galaxy S10e will have a 5.8-inch screen size, the Galaxy S10 will have 6.1-inch screen size, and the galaxy S10 Plus will have 6.4-inch screen size. Regardless to say, they’ll all be Super AMOLED units with HDR capability.

Leaked images reveal that the Galaxy S10e will have dual-camera at the back and a single camera at the front. Among the two cameras, one might have normal FoV, while the other might feature ultra-wide FoV. The Galaxy S10 will have a triple-camera on the back and a single camera at the front. The triple-camera on the back might have one standard FoV camera, one ultra-wide FoV camera, and one zoomed FoV camera with 3x optical zoom. The most expensive device in the line-up, the Galaxy S10 Plus, will have a triple-camera at the back with the same configuration as that of the Galaxy S10, and a dual-camera at the front, that might have one standard FoV camera and one ultra-wide camera. Just yesterday, a report came in revealing that the front-facing camera of the Galaxy S10 will have a resolution of 10-megapixels, and it will also be equipped with OIS and phase-detection autofocus.

If recent leaks are to be believed, the Galaxy S10e will pack a 3100mAh battery, the Galaxy S10 will pack a slightly larger 3400mAh battery, and the S10 Plus will have a massive 4100mAh battery. A report from WinFuture reveals that the S10 Plus will have reverse wireless charging



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