Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ latest renders available, color options detailed


We’ve got the latest images to show you. Thanks to WinFuture’s Roland Quandt for the usual renders. We believe they’re the closest we have to the real thing after all the previous images, rumors, speculations, and leaks. We’re still taking things with a grain of salt until the official Unpacked event happening on February 20. The South Korean tech giant may not be good at keeping secrets but we’re not complaining. People are anticipating what the 10th Anniversary flagship Galaxy S will offer.

Pictured are the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. They both come with large displays–6.1 and 6.4-inches respectively. We can’t say the screens are almost bezel-less because there’s still the obvious chin and forehead but Samsung didn’t use a notch. The company decided to use the punch hole camera screen aka Infinity-O display.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 features a normal cutout for the selfie camera while the Samsung Galaxy S10+ has a longer opening because of the dual selfie shooters.

Samsung is finally implementing an under-glass/on-screen fingerprint sensor from Qualcomm. It’s about time since it’s been overtaken by other Chinese OEMs in this area.

Quandt has also shared new information about the colors, RAM, and storage options. They are as follows:

Samsung Galaxy S10E (Galaxy S10 Lite)
Canary Yellow, Green, Prism Black, and White (6GB RAM/128GB onboard storage)

Samsung Galaxy S10
Blue, Green, Prism Black, and White (6GB RAM/128GB or 8GB RAM/512GB)

Samsung Galaxy S10+ (Galaxy S10 Plus)
Blue, Green, Prism Black, and White (6GB RAM/128GB or 8GB RAM/512GB)

Samsung Galaxy S10+ with 12GB RAM/1TB storage
Ceramic White or Ceramic Black only

VIA: WinFuture

via Android Community

January 31, 2019 at 07:48PM