In just a few days, Samsung will be hosting its grand event for the launch of the Galaxy S10. The reason we say grand is because rumors have been saying that we might see a total of five handsets, four variants of the Galaxy 10 itself and the new foldable Galaxy F which was teased last year.
Video courtesy of Tech Talk TV
As the launch date comes closer, we are seeing new leaks almost everyday. Today we’ve just encountered some teaser videos of the Galaxy S10 straight from Tech Talk TV. One of the videos focuses on the absence of a display notch design and an in-display fingerprint sensor utilizing ultrasonic technology. There is a possibility that these features might be limited to the higher-end Galaxy S10 and S10+ variants while the Galaxy S10e and S10 Lite will not have these features.
Another video teases the front-facing camera. While there is no concrete information, the title of the video has ‘4K’ which suggests that the front camera could feature high-end video recording capabilities. The regular S10 is expected to feature a single selfie camera while the S10+ will include a dual camera on the front. It is possible that a special 10-megapixel Dual Pixel image sensor along with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) will be used on both the devices.
The last teaser video showcases the wireless charging capabilities on the Galaxy S10. We have heard that Samsung will be using fast 15W wireless charging on the new handsets along with the capability of charging other devices wirelessly similar to the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
Samsung is hosting its Unpacked event on February 20 in San Francisco and we will be bringing you all the scoop from the launch event right here. So make sure you mark your calendars.
Article By: Marlin Honesa