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Samsung Galaxy S10/S10 Plus full specs and review

Samsung Galaxy S10/S10 Plus full specs and review
In 2019, Samsung will launch its follow up to the Galaxy S9 and S9plus, Galaxy S10.
There is already a lot of juicy info on what the S10 will look like – including how many models will be launched and what kind of specs that will be included in the device.
In the past, Samsung used the World Mobile Congress trade show, held in Barcelona Spain in late February, to introduce the newest members of the Galaxy “S” series.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 which is rumored to have the internal codename “Beyond”. According to an insider, Samsung will launch three different S10 models at once.
The three devices have been nicknamed “Beyond 0”, “Beyond 1”, “Beyond 2”. So the 3 devices, Beyond 1 will be the successor to Galaxy S9, Beyond 2 will be the successor to Galaxy S9 plus and Beyond 0 will be a new entry flagship device.
According to rumor, two of the device will have 5.8-inch displays, while the third will have a 6.2-inch screen. Experts later suggested the Galaxy S10 would have a 5.8-inch display, the Galaxy S10 plus would have a 6.2-inch display, while the entry-level variant would have a 5.8-inch display too.
Previous reports said Samsung will launch three S10 models. Though the normal S10 and S10 plus have might have a curved OLED display with in-display fingerprint sensors, the third S10 model might not have a curved display or in-display fingerprint sensor.

Here is break down of 3 devices:

SAMSUNG GALAXY S10
              6.1inch display curved
              6GB or 8GB RAM
              128GB or 512GB internal Storage
SAMSUNG GALAXY S10 plus
            6.4-inch display curved,
            6GB, 8GB or 12GB of RAM
           128GB or 512GB or 1TB of internal storage
SAMSUNG Galaxy S10 Lite/Galaxy S10
              5.8-inch display, flat .
              6GB of RAM .
              128GB of internal storage
However, the Samsung company will leave the headphone jack out of the S10. The Galaxy S10 might feature reverse wireless charging called “Powershare” the feature lets you use the Galaxy S10 to wirelessly charge other devices.
According to rumors, there will be a 5G phone from Samsung but it will be its own standalone model and not an S10 or Note device.
The “Beyond” name tagged mentioned earlier will include a Beyond 2 5G model. This could mean there will be a Samsung S10 “Ultra” model that will also have 5G connection capabilities.
This 5G variant will launch sometime after the earlier devices. It’s possible the 5G S10 could launch along upcoming Samsung Galaxy F – the company’s long-awaited foldable phone.
The highest-end model will have six cameras ( two on the front, four on the rear) a very large 6.7-inch display, support 5G connections and support reverse wireless charging.
Information available about the cameras on the upcoming devices, says that the Galaxy S10 plus will get a dual lens camera setup on the front of the device, and a triple lens camera on the rear. The real setup will be the same as the Galaxy S9 plus but with an addition of a 16MP, 120-degree ultra wide angle lens.
The Galaxy S10 will support a single camera on the front and a dual camera on the rear, including a 3D sensor – this could allow the phone map the outside world in 3D. The 12MP camera features an f/1.5 to f/2.4 aperture, while the third 13MP sensor acts as the telephoto lens and features an f/2.4 aperture with a 45-degree field of view.  Interestingly, a feature called ” Bright Night” might be on it, in-display fingerprint scanner, Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 for the U.S Market, while the rest of the world will have the latest Exynos 9820  chip.
Both Snapdragon 855 and Exynos 9820 offer dedicated AI silicon. In Qualcomm’s case, you will expect a Hexagon 690 digital signal processor coupled with a brand new Tensor Accelerator. It is also like going to run on Android 9.0 Pie, so battery size and it’s dust and water resistance rating is inside the bag for the now.
PRICE
The Galaxy S10 price will certainly differ depending on the phone’s model and hardware specs. The entry-level model will cost $800, while the highest end model could cost over $1,000.

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