Samsung Electronics appears to be trying to attract attention from the global smartphone industry by taking the wraps off the Galaxy S10 just before the MWC. Perhaps Samsung made a decision to push up the release date so it could focus on promoting other devices at the MWC 2019.
While many companies spent a lot of time in publicizing the devices it was showcasing at the CES 2019, Korean smartphone maker Samsung was silent despite having two interesting devices - the Galaxy foldable phone and a prototype of its upcoming 5G smartphone. If so, Samsung may be hinting that it's ready to roll out a foldable smartphone. The S10 Plus will have a 6.4-inch screen, while the cheaper "Lite" version of the phone will be 5.8 inches.
According to reliable tipster Ice Universe, all three Galaxy S10 models will offer at least 20W fast charging, meaning the older 15W charging will become history. Let us know below. New phones to get newer kind of display that Samsung calls 'the Infinity-o-display'.
A brightened image below shows the punch hole camera more clearly. Now, more Galaxy A8 (2018) units have been spotted running Android 9.0 Pie on Geekbench.
The S10 and S10+ would have an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor placed under the display to let users unlock the device by putting your finger on the screen. As the new prices come into effect, the Galaxy A7 is now available at a starting price of ₹18,990 while the Galaxy A9 is available at a starting price of ₹33,990.
Rumours suggest the Galaxy S10 will have a reduced top bezel, as well as a front camera situated in the top right corner of the device.
As far as the specifications are concerned, Samsung S10 will come in three basic options.
The front of the Galaxy A9 is lit up by a 6.3-inch SuperAMOLED display with a resolution of 2220x1080. The Galaxy "Lite S10" will have a flat screen.