Among the numerous leaks that have appeared for the Galaxy S10 smartphone line, Samsung’s upcoming high-end models, one of the most interesting is a reverse charging feature, in which the user could use the device as if it were a power bank for other devices.
The Galaxy S10 is already one of the great releases of the year, and that is exactly why the device is already beginning to win the market. The Galaxy S10 is Samsung’s next flagship, and will mark the 10th edition of one of the most important smartphone lines on the market.
Another part of the puzzle of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 series was fitted thanks to the FCC certification database. All S10 phones are expected to support the latest, lower-power, faster and more secure Wi-Fi standard, 802.11ax (or Wi-Fi 6).
We do not know exactly at which point Samsung would deliver less powerful hardware on this cheaper model, but SamMobile has a clue.
Apparently, while the top-of-the-line version of the S10, possibly the S10 +, would have three cameras behind and two in the front, the S10 intermediate would have three behind and one in the front. Finally, the cheap model would have only two sensors behind and one in the front.
We are approaching the big announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series, scheduled for the pre-Mobile World Congress Unpacked event on February 20, 2019.
So it is not surprising that we are learning more about the specifications of their future flagship phones, which are supposed to be called Galaxy S10, S10 E and S10 Plus.
Samsung Galaxy S10: spec sheet based on rumors
- AMOLED screen 5.8 / 6.1 / 6.4 inches, with resolution of 3040 x 1440 and ratio of 19: 9;
- Snapdragon 855 and Exynos 9820 processor;
- 8GB and 12GB of RAM;
- 128GB, 512GB and 1TB internal storage;
- Android Pie, One UI;
- Ultrasonic fingerprint sensor;
- Dual and triple rear camera;
- 12MP, 13MP and 16MP lenses;
- Front camera with 16MP and 8MP dual lens;
- Support for 5G network;
It is expected that at least three models of the Galaxy S10 will be launched at Samsung’s Unpacked event, along with smartphones we should have the announcement of the new Galaxy Buds and perhaps more accessories.
These are the information available on the new Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy S10 Plus. We still have two months before the official announcement of the serious, but as you may realize, Samsung is not sparing on features.