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Samsung Galaxy S10 Trio – All the leaks rumors and detailed specs

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This is the 8th piece on the yet un-launched Galaxy S10 trio. And yet, the leaks keep on coming. So, what we know till now for certain? The smartphone trio will share the stage with an unnamed foldable galaxy smartphone. The event is taking place on the 20th of February, and there will be a total of three Galaxy S10 devices. Take a look at the newly found leaked information:

Cameras

Starting off with the interesting bit that everyone is eagerly waiting for, the cameras. Samsung flagships have had their fair share of great cameras, and if Samsung wants their 10th-anniversary flagships to succeed, their cameras sure need to be the best. Following which, a few details on the subject have surfaced.

Reports claim the new phones will get a 10MP f/1.9 selfie camera, with 4k video recording capabilities. The selfie shooter will come with dual-pixel AF feature and will include optical stabilization. There is also an 8MP f/2.2 sensor on the bigger Galaxy S10+ model for better depth sensing.Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Leaked image

As for the back, all three phones will share a 16MP f/2.2 ultrawide fixed-focus sensor with a FOV of 123 degrees. The primary sensor will be a 12MP f/1.5 dual aperture lens with OIS and a 77-degree FOV. Furthermore, the S10 and S10+ will also feature a third 12MP f/2.4 telephoto lens with a 45-degree FOV and OIS.

Slow-motion has also been improved and is now 2x longer compared to its direct predecessor. The camera software has also been improved, with 10 scene optimizers added bumping the total number to 30 scenes. Apart from that, you are greeted with Live focus feature, color point effect, spin effect and zoom effect.

Battery

As for the battery, the Galaxy S10+ will come with a relatively huge 4100mAh unit. Followed by a 3400mAh for the normal Galaxy S10 and a 3100mAh for the Galaxy S10e. All of them will need a USB-C cable to top up or your usual wireless charging will also do. The wireless power share technology is also present on all three phones.

Display

The biggest of the bunch sports a 6.3-inch QHD+ (3040×1440 pixel) display. The regular sized S10 will feature a 6.1″ QHD+ (3040×1440 pixel) panel while the S10e gets a 5.8″ FHD+ (2280×1080 resolution) screen. All of these displays are based on the Infinity O concept.

Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ front
Front

They are based on, what Samsung calls Dynamic AMOLED technology, which could just be a marketing term. It also features HDR+ support and a maximum brightness of around 800 nits. The S10 and S10+ also get Gorilla Glass 6 protection and Ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner. The S10e has to make do with Gorilla Glass 5 and side mounted fingerprint scanner.

Storage, RAM and Color Option

The S10+ will be available in 6GB/128GB, and 8GB/512GB version in Prism White, Prism Green and Prism Black color options. There is also a third 12GB/1TB version available with Luxurious Ceramic coating in both Black and White.

The S10 only gets 6GB/128GB and 8GB/ 512GB versions with color options limited to Prism White, Prism Green and Prism Black. Finally, the S10e comes in 6GB/128GB and 8GB/256GB variants, with color options of Prism White, Prism Green, Prism Black and a yet unseen Canary Yellow.

Extras

The whole squad will come with Samsung’s new OneUI out of the box. Underneath it, the phones will run on Android Pie. You get AKG headphones, as always. The phones will run on Exynos 9820 chip based on the 8nm architecture. All of these phones are IP68 certified and if you want to check out the expected pricing, head over here.

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