For just three weeks, we are sharing the Samsung Galaxy S10’s new flagship smartphone premiere. The Korean giant has not been able to keep up with its upcoming news of the year, and in addition to the several specifications that have been issued several times, several photos of different quality have been missed on the internet. This time, we can see the major Galaxy S10 and S10 + models on prints in all colors.
The Galaxy S10 and S10 + offer several design changes over their predecessors. The frames above and below the display become thinner, but the phones will lose their symmetry. Not only will the chin be roughly twice as wide as the forehead, and in the upper right corner, we will find a hole for the placement of a selfie camera.
The Galaxy S10 will be circular for one lens, the Galaxy S10 + will be oval for lenses two. Compared to last year, the rear design changes, both phones get a triple camera with horizontally seated lenses, a fingerprint reader disappears from the back, which moves directly into the display.
The Galaxy S10 will have a 6.1 “Super AMOLED display with Quad HD resolution, the Galaxy S10 + gets a larger 6.44” panel. Both phones will power the Exynos 9820 chipset in cooperation with 6GB of RAM. In addition to these models, the Galaxy S10 Lite will also be available, as well as the special Galaxy S10 + with a larger 6.7 “display, ceramic backs, 12GB / 1TB memory, and 5G support.
The Galaxy S10 and S10 + will arrive in Europe in black, white and green, later to be available in blue. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Series will be unveiled at the Unpacked event on February 20 in San Francisco, with sales expected to start on March 9.
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