Published: Sat, December 15, 2018
Industry | By Jeannie Evans

Samsung Galaxy S10 set to get this incredible new camera feature

Samsung Galaxy S10 set to get this incredible new camera feature

Moreover, there are also rumors that a 5G-ready version of the latter will flaunt a quad-camera array similar to that of the 2019 Galaxy A9. Today, the still very populated site Gizmodo claims to have put the hand on the prices charged by the Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 More in England.

Huawei's Mate 20 Pro comes with wireless reverse charging, and this feature is said to be present on the Galaxy S10 series smartphones as well. While we are not concerned with the availability of the cases and covers, they do give us another look at the renders of the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and the affordable Galaxy S10 Lite.

The standard S10 (with a curved screen) will come in either 128GB or 512GB of storage for £799 and £999, respectively.

Remember when Samsung made fun of Apple for not including a headphone jack on its flagship phones?

These are the confirmations we expected from the Samsung Galaxy S10.


Also, for the pricing, Gizmodo notes that the anticipated flat 5.8-inch screen model of Galaxy S10 will be offered at £669 (approximately Rs 60,000), and it will have 128GB of storage.

The leak also stated the S10 will have an in-screen fingerprint scanner, but it will be an ultrasonic one, as leaker Evan Blass previously reported. Furthering confirming this is the fact that Samsung is known for holding a dedicated event for unveiling its Galaxy S series flagship phones ahead of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) tech expo each year.

An even costlier 6.7-inch "special edition" could also be in the pipeline, mind you, unless that's actually the smaller 6.4-inch Galaxy S10 Plus with those six cameras in total.

The new leak pretty much sums up everything we need to know about the device. The Galaxy S9+ has a dual-camera array with a pair of 12MP wide angle and telephoto lenses. Elsewhere, we can surmise that Samsung is sticking with its dedicated Bixby button, which is positioned on the left side below the volume keys on all three models. According to the report, it may initially support Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, and other ERC20 Ethereum-based coins.

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