Confirming rumours and leaks, Galaxy S10 and S10+ will feature ultrasonic fingerprint sensor along with facial recognition. Over the last few days, nearly all major details about Samsung's upcoming flagships have been leaked online.
Reportedly, Samsung will launch the S10 with the Galaxy Buds.
We're just a week away from the moment when Samsung will take the wraps off the new Galaxy S10 lineup, and after highly-detailed leaks provided us with an early look at the spec sheet, here's the South Korean firm itself revealing some info ahead of the public launch.
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With the exception of Galaxy S10+ which will have a wider pill-shaped hole for dual front-cameras, S10 and S10 Lite will only get one camera at the front.
In the photography department, Galaxy S10 features a triple-camera setup of 12-megapixel (f/2.4) telephoto lens, 12-megapixel (f/1.5) wide-angle and 16-megapixel (f/2.2) cameras. The handset will feature the same design language and internal specs as its other two siblings but misses out on all the other new frills like an in-display fingerprint sensor, a higher resolution OLED panel, and more.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds feature a much smaller battery capacity compared to its previous predecessor with only 58mAh battery and its case only 252mAh battery. All three phones will come with a minimum of 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.
Samsung Galaxy S10's display will have a cut-out or hole for the front camera, allowing for reduced bezels on the top without Samsung resorting to a notch. All three charges via USB-C and they also support reverse wireless charging, where you can use your phone to charge other compatible devices.