Samsung is set to introduce the Galaxy S10 series at a special event later this month. So far we have seen numerous leaks, reports, and much revealing so much about the flagship series. For the first time, we also get to see the high-end version in “Ceramic Black” and also the new wireless headphones Samsung Galaxy Buds in their carrying case.
What’s interesting is that these wireless earbuds have the ability to charge wirelessly from the Galaxy S10 (Plus) and this something that should be useful. Visually speaking, the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus look very identical despite the size difference, but the Plus variant gets dual-selfie cameras in the punch-hole display. There is still a relatively narrow bezel at the bottom of the display. However, Samsung significantly reduced the distance between the display and the edge of the case.
Samsung has gone with the triple-rear camera set up arranged horizontally, which is also supplemented by the LEDs for the flash and the heart rate monitor. The S10 and the S10 Plus are also rumored to feature Qualcomm’s ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor. The build quality is a mix of both glass and metal and the company is continuing to include the Bixby button which is again located below the volume rocker.
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, users get a choice between black, white and green, while the Galaxy S10e gets a yellow variant. Though the pricing of the flagship series has surfaced earlier, nothing is concrete, as for the Galaxy Buds, they should cost 149 euros.