Samsung is set to introduce the Galaxy S10 series flagships later this month and with the launch inching closer, rumors and leaks continue to grow. This time around, we are getting to see the S10 and S10+ flagships in their full glory. Despite the relatively narrow bezels, there’s still a sizeable chin at the bottom of the display.
With Samsung placing the front-camera within the display, there’s more screen real-estate on the top side. The Galaxy S10 will have a single sensor on the front camera, while the more expensive and larger Galaxy S10 + has two cameras in a pill-shaped cutout. However, on the back, all the models are identical with three-rear cameras arranged horizontally.
There’s no fingerprint sensor on the back as they are now moved to within the display. Samsung continued to install a Bixby button, which is again located below the volume rocker. The flagships are expected to come with 2960 x 1440 displays and depending on the region, it will be powered either by Exynos 9820 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 855. There will also be a lite version of the S10, whose pictures are scarce at the moment. It is rumored to sport a 6.1-inch display and the fingerprint sensor is placed on the side.
As for the colors, the customer initially has a choice between black, white and green, while the Galaxy S10 E will also have a yellow color variant. As for the pricing, the regular S10 flat 5.8-inch version is said to come in 128GB of storage and retail at £669 ($848 or Rs.60,730 approx.).
The regular, curved version of the S10 with its 6.1-inch screen will come in a choice of 128GB or 512GB of storage is said to be priced at £799 ($1,012 or Rs. 72,517 approx.) and £999 ($1,264 or Rs.90,668.41 approx.) respectively. The S10+ is said to come in a 128GB version which costs £899 (Rs.81,592 approx.), a 512GB version is expected to come at £1099 ($1,392 or Rs.99,793 approx.), and a one terabyte Samsung Galaxy S10+ for a bank-breaking £1399 ($1,772 or Rs.1,27,005 approx.). We should know more details soon.