The Samsung Galaxy S10’s arrival is happening soon. February 20 is getting nearer and we’re certain the South Korean tech giant will unveil the 10th Anniversary flagship series in three variants: the Galaxy S10 E, Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10+. More details will be leaked and then confirmed until the official Unpacked 2019 event so watch out for the latest in the coming weeks. There is no shortage of information but some needs to be corrected. There are numerous evidence available so we don’t think there is any reason for misinformation.
Of course, we value confirmed data from the OEM itself but there are sources that can already confirm data. One reliable source is Ice universe (@UniverseIce).
The Chinese source wants to correct a misunderstanding that only the Galaxy S10+ has three rear cameras. The Galaxy S10 is believed to have dual rear shooters but really, both will have a triple rear camera setup based on the protective shells sighted earlier. (See image above)
As for the memory, the Galaxy S10 phones will not use UDS3.0 and LPDDR5. No replacement was provided but the AnTuTu benchmark proves it: the results are very ordinary.
We know the Galaxy S10 will start at 4GB on the S10 Lite and will go up to 12GB RAM for the Galaxy S10+. Some details were shared a few days ago but we’re taking them with a grain of salt.
Correct two misunderstandings:
1. Galaxy S10 is also 3-Camera, not 2-Camera. The evidence is their protective shell: S10 and S10+ have the same size camera area.
2. The S10 series will not use LPDDR5 and UDS3.0. The evidence is that AnTutu memory : it is very ordinary result pic.twitter.com/t3knLD8xXV
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) January 14, 2019
January 15, 2019 at 06:04AM