Samsung Galaxy S10 Press Renders Leak with No Watermarks

Donna Miller
February 12, 2019

Retailer FTP Shop has the ceramic Galaxy S10 listed for VND 30,990,000, which translates to $1,333.

We've suspected for a while that Samsung would officially announce its foldable phone, rumored to be called the "Galaxy X", at its pre-Mobile World Congress Unpacked event on February 20, along with the Galaxy S10 line. What some people might forget, however, is that it's also supposed to be the day it actually properly shows off the foldable Galaxy F. Samsung would very much like you to remember that, which is why it's released another teaser video to remind everyone. Both S10 and S10 Plus will have in-display fingerprint sensor. But we do know that Samsung has partnered with Google to work on the software to make sure apps work seamlessly whether the device is folded in a "smartphone-like" mode or opened like a tablet.

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Aside from the Ceramic Black Galaxy S10+, the company will also introduce the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ units. Furthermore, the upcoming device is said to be featuring a 6.38-inch display which will sport a 2220 x 1080 pixels resolutions and under the hood, there will be an Exynos 7904 chipset.

For the first time ever, Samsung will be offering its latest flagship in a variant with a ceramic back. The back of the regular Galaxy S phones will be made up of glass. Samsung Galaxy S10 "Unpacked" Event Announced on Flipkart; Pre-order Likely To Commence From February 21. There will also be a Type-C port, a speaker grille and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Also, it is not known yet whether the unveiling will be limited to a tease or Samsung may end up launching a foldable phone ready for commercial rollout.

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