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It's time for a brand new episode of the Galaxy S10 leaks saga, and this time around we have a photo of an actual Samsung prototype.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to be unveiled at a Samsung Unpacked event that will occur right before Mobile World Congress 2019 on 20 February.
Huawei's Mate 20 Pro comes with wireless reverse charging, and this feature is said to be present on the Galaxy S10 series smartphones as well. Well we don't know...
The prospect of tech giant Samsung releasing a cryptocurrency wallet with its new Samsung Galaxy S10 has led to enormous excitement, but will it actually happen? Due to this, both devices lack any kind of advanced facial recognition technology as seen on the iPhone X and iPhone XS. The phone is also expected to come in 512GB and a whopping 1TB storage variant priced at 1,099 pounds (approx Rs 99,000) and 1,399 pounds (approx Rs 1,26,000), respectively. This might be the phone Samsung could choose to remove the 3.5mm jack. The larger Plus model has a 6.4-inch screen, and either has 128GB for £899 ($1,125), 512GB for £1099 ($1,375), or 1TB for £1399 ($1,750). Going by the market reports, the Galaxy S10 range is believed to include a 5.8-inch version which could be S10 Lite.
According to the publication The Next Web, there is a possibility that it may be some kind of special edition, for example a 6.7-inch device with six cameras and support for 5G, which recently reported sources.
Speaking of the S10's models, there will be three in total, which lines up with previously-leaked information. Our source tells us it'll be "late Q2 at the earliest". But Samsung is the leader and probably sells more phones than any of them. It doesn't seem likely, but we'll update this post if there's anything to be said.
We haven't had a new render of the Samsung Galaxy S10 for a couple of days so we were starting to get anxious.