Published: Thu, February 14, 2019
Tech | By Constance Martin

Samsung to release Galaxy S10 series on March 8th in US

Samsung to release Galaxy S10 series on March 8th in US

Samsung is preparing to announce the Galaxy S10, so it's a good time to buy last year's phone at a steep discount if you don't need the latest and greatest.

It seems that not even Samsung can contain its excitement for the release of the upcoming Galaxy S10. All three smartphones will feature the punch-hole "Infinity-O" AMOLED display with HDR+ resolution, IP68 rating and USB Type-C ports.

Thanks to Galaxy S10 leaks through multiple sources, by this point, we probably know how the devices will look like and what specifications they have in store for us.

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Samsung Galaxy S10+ will likely come in 3 storage options- 6GB/128GB, 8GB/512GB and 12GB/1TB. It's also offering a big discount if you switch from iPhone. Otherwise, it will have the same storage configurations as the Galaxy S10.

Samsung Galaxy S10+ comes with the same triple-camera module as the Galaxy S10. The main selfie camera has dual-pixel autofocus and is capable of shooting 4K videos. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 is a 5G ready processor, but leaks have claimed Samsung will showcase two separate 5G variants of the Galaxy S10 later. It packs a slightly smaller 5.8-inch display with Gorilla Glass 5 protection. Meanwhile, the affordable and compact S10e is listed with a 3,100mAh battery.

The leaked cover for the "Galaxy S10e" includes a gap for the power button - further evidence that this version of the range will have a fingerprint reader on the side of the device. It does come with facial recognition though. The S10e will have a 10MP selfie camera and dual rear cameras: a 12MP wide-angle shooter with optical image stabilization (OIS), and a 16MP "ultra wide angle" with a 123-degree field of view.

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