Samsung Galaxy S10 reservations are open now

Donna Miller
February 13, 2019

While the promotional material did not specify how Samsung achieve enhanced video stabilization, recent rumors suggest that the Galaxy S10's front-facing camera will feature optical image stabilization (OIS).

After a year when Samsung released three of the most boring flagship phones we've ever seen - the Galaxy S9, S9+, and Note 9 - the Galaxy S10 series will help Samsung start off 2019 with a bang.

The Galaxy S10, S10+ will have a curved display on the sides, while the S10 Lite will have a flat display, based on the leaks. The Galaxy S10 and S10+ are listed with Gorilla Glass 6 while the S10e gets a Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The handset will feature the same design language and internal specs as its other two siblings but misses out on all the other new frills like an in-display fingerprint sensor, a higher resolution OLED panel, and more. All three phones will come with a minimum of 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.

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Samsung Galaxy S10+ will likely come in 3 storage options- 6GB/128GB, 8GB/512GB and 12GB/1TB. It has a 12MP f/1.5 main camera with variable aperture, a secondary 12MP f/2.4 telephoto camera and a 16MP f/2.2 ultra-wide angle shooter. All these handsets will feature the same chipsets, the Snapdragon 855 for variants sold in select regions and the Exynos 9820 for models sold elsewhere. This shouldn't come as a surprise, seeing that the S10+ may come with a dual selfie camera housed in a pill shaped cutout display. When compared to the OnePlus 6T, the Galaxy S10 and S10+ will seemingly come with a bigger in-display fingerprint sensor area.

However, a discovery by United Kingdom site Mobile Fun on the packaging of some official S10 cases has made that feature a lot less appealing - you'll probably have to take the case off to make it work properly.

The whole point of wireless charging is convenience, and taking your phone case off every time you want to use it is the opposite of convenience.

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