Samsung Galaxy S10 revealed in a leaked official video!


Samsung's big launch at the "Galaxy Unpacked" event on February 20 in San Francisco has the mobile industry all geared up.

One of the few negatives about the last few Galaxy S phones has been their fingerprint sensor.

The ad also features Samsung's new, wireless Galaxy Buds, which can be charged by placing the case on the back of the S10.

Finally, the flagship S10+ will have a display measuring 6.44 inches, a little larger than the 6.2-inch Galaxy S9+ from 2018.

If you prefer a glass screen protector there are some manufacturers already claiming that their glass protector will work the fingerprint sensor due to some form of adhesive technology to fill in any gaps underneath the display.

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Do you plan to pre-order a Samsung Galaxy S10 when this becomes possible? For example, the Vivo V11 and the OnePlus 6T are two phones smartphones that ship out with a fingerprint scanner embedded beneath their displays.

It is being said that this "budget" Galaxy S10 model will come with dual rear-facing cameras, whereas the Galaxy S10 and S10+ will come with triple cameras.

The new S10 will have a 6.1-inch display while the S10 Plus will have a 6.3-inch screen, according to a number of detailed leaks. In the USA, we figure the Galaxy S10 start at about $849 for the 128GB model and go up to $1,099 for the 512GB model. If you're looking for exact details, like what you can expect to pay for the Galaxy S10, you may be overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information available, some of which is contradictory.

It's also rumoured to be pricey, fetching up to £1,500 for the top-tier storage model. At present, the iPhone XS comes can be configured with 512GB of storage, the highest in the industry.

In fact, Samsung has hinted that it will reveal the Galaxy X during the Unpacked event as its teaser video is titled, "The future unfolds", and features folding text. GearBrain will be attending the London event, so stay tuned for our first impressions later in the day.