Just a few hours after the Galaxy S10 Plus press render was thrown in the spotlight, in comes an entire gallery showcasing both the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus, revealing their key differences in plain sight.
In its earnings report, Samsung also confirmed that its next flagship device is set to be called the Galaxy S10.
The teaser video was apparently briefly posted on Samsung Vietnam's official YouTube channel, before being taken down, but - as this is the internet - other users saved it first, and XDA Developers has shared it. Ahead of its Galaxy S10 release, the company has now announced the world's first 1TB embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) 2.1 chip, allowing for internal smartphone storage to rival that of laptops and desktops.More news: Knicks and Mavs Agree to Blockbuster Trade That Includes Kristaps Porzingis
Still, it would be odd for Samsung to show a concept phone like that so close to the likely launch of an actual foldable phone, so there's a chance this is the real deal. During the conference, Samsung said that it would begin the mass production of foldable Infinity Display in the coming months.
The bigger handset will also be treated to a total of five cameras; three at the back and two at the front, with the Galaxy S10 shipping with just a single selfie shooter, while maintaining the same number of sensors at the back as its larger brother.More news: I feel immensely blessed to become a parent: Ekta Kapoor
On his Twitter account, Roland Quandt from WinFuture also shared some additional details about the Galaxy S10 models. Evidently, the screen protector will cover the phone's side edges, and it could come pre-installed. It is the same device that was certified by Bluetooth SIG last week.
It's reasonable to expect Galaxy S10 United States prices of around $900 and $1150, which would understandably exceed the $840 and $960 recommended tags of the Galaxy S9+ in 64 and 256GB versions respectively.More news: Iran face Japan in Asian Cup semifinals