Samsung is launching four different versions of the Galaxy S10 – Here’s a quick rundown
One of those versions is a larger, 5G variant that will release at a later date.
Hot on the heels of the Samsung Fold reveal, Samsung has released all the information regarding the next version of its Galaxy flagship phone.
The new Galaxy S10 will be available in four different models, the S10e, the S10, the S10+, as well as a 5G model that will release a bit later. Three of those models will be available for pre-order starting on Thursday, before its full release on March 8. The 5G version will release at a later date, in Q2 of 2019.
Each model will feature a different screen size. The S10e ($749) is the smallest, showcasing a 5.8-inch display, while the S10 ($899) is a bit bigger, coming in at 6.1-inch. The S10+($999) will have a 6.4-inch display, and the 5G model (no price announced) has the largest screen, a healthy 6.7-inch display.
All models will be powered by the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. In addition to the new processor, the models will also feature Wi-Fi 6 and 2 gigabyte LTE speeds.
The S10e will feature two rear cameras while the S10 and S10+ will contain three. The 5G model goes even bigger, featuring four cameras on the back. For the three-camera variants, it will feature a standard lens, a wide-angle lens, plus a zoom lens. The 5G model has all of these, plus a depth-sensing camera lens.
On the front, the Samsung Galaxy S10 skipped the camera notch and instead went with a punch hole camera design in the top right corner of the device. It looks pretty great, but a lot of opinions on that will come down to personal preference. Also on the front, an in-screen fingerprint reader will be used to unlock the device. The display on the devices is a dynamic AMOLED” display. The S10e will feature a flat screen, while the larger models feature a curved display.
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