We are now very close to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10, but at that rate there may not be any surprises as the phones are heavily leaked and today some more sources fill gaps in our knowledge.
The majority of today's rumors date from Max Weinbach (a contributor to XDA Developers) on Twitter, which says, among other things, that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will be equipped with 4GB of RAM and more 128GB Memory and the standard Galaxy S10 has 6GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of memory.
Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is offered in configurations with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 1
The foldable Samsung Galaxy X, which lands at the same event, is said to have 12GB of RAM and 512GB or 1TB of storage space, though Weinbach states he is not 100% sure of the specifications of the folding phone.
Two lenses or three?
Weinbach also has information on the cameras that say this All three phones (the S10 Lite, S10 and S10 Plus) have an ultra-wide lens with 16 MP / 1.9 with a field of view of 123 degrees, but without optical image stabilization (OIS).
You also seem to have a standard 12MP lens with a variable iris that can switch between f / 1.5 and f / 2.4. This is supposed to have OIS.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will apparently also have a 13 MP f / 2.4 telephoto lens with OIS and a 45 degree field of view. In other words, both the S10 Lite and the standard Galaxy S10 would have two lenses, while the Galaxy S10 Plus would have three lenses. Interestingly, the reliable Leaker @UniverseIce contradicts something and says that the standard S10 will also have three lenses.
Back to Weinbach's allegations he says that the S10 camera both & # 39; Bright Night & # 39; as well as a portrait will have lighting. He also says that the phone will be equipped with a pair of AKG earphones, that it has the same speaker grill design as the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, and that its chin is slightly larger than the top and side bezels.
Obviously the phones will also have a dual NPU (Neural Processing Unit) and glossier body than the Samsung Galaxy S9 range. Both the Galaxy S10 and the S10 Plus appear to have ultrasound fingerprint scanners on the screen, but the S10 Lite is said to have a side-mounted standard scanner that we've heard before.
Finally, the power switch of the Galaxy S10 Plus seems to be far above the Bixby button, while the placement on the S10 and the S10 Lite probably resembles that of the Galaxy S9.
S10 Lite or S10 E?
In More Minor News We've heard from CompareRaja that the entry-level S10 is actually referred to as the Galaxy S10 Lite, rather than the Samsung Galaxy S10 E, as it was recently rumored. However, Evan Blass (another trusted buddy) has said separately that he too has heard the name S10 E so we are still unsure of the naming.
The site also repeats some rumors, that is, the S10 Lite will have a 3,100mAh battery, the Galaxy S10 a 3,500mAh and the Galaxy S10 Plus a 4,000mAh. The product range should be in black, white, blue and green, with the S10 Lite also receiving a regional yellow option.
As always, we would take all this with a pinch of salt, especially the information, about camera lenses and the naming of the Galaxy S10 Lite, as there are some inconsistencies, but since the Samsung Galaxy S10 series will land on February 20, we will learn the truth very soon.
- Many other large phones will be landing soon thereafter at MWC 2019
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