The Samsung Galaxy anniversary smartphones, are all set for the grand launch at the company's Galaxy Unpacked event on February 20. According to a report by The Investor, which cites sources from Samsung's supply chain sources, the production began on January 25. Similar to the Galaxy S9 from past year, the S10 is largely constructed of a metal casing, and it appears Samsung still retains the headphone jack.
Just a few hours after the Galaxy S10 Plus press render was thrown in the spotlight, in comes an entire gallery showcasing both the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus, revealing their key differences in plain sight.
"The 5G Galaxy S10 is still in the pipeline and will start being produced later during the first half", said the source. The Investor believes that the foldable phone, which uses a flexible screen, will reportedly be priced more than 2 million won (or approx Rs 1,27,698).
The Korean tech giant is scheduled to unveil three S10 variants along with its first foldable smartphone at its annual "Unpacked", event in San Francisco on February 20. So the actual phone shouldn't be much bigger than last year's handsets. Also, Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite were rumoured to pack in 3,500mAh and 3,100mAh batteries, respectively. The photos show a punched hole camera on the front that has a pair of front cameras inside. Evidently, the screen protector will cover the phone's side edges, and it could come pre-installed.
It is expected that the two high-end variants will feature an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor while the low-end variant will utilize an optical fingerprint sensor.
If this is the first time you've read about the Galaxy Sport, let's do some catching up... We might also see a triple-camera setup on the Galaxy S10 series and either Qualcomm Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 chipset.