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Samsung Galaxy S10 First Leaked Photo Revealed

Samsung Galaxy S10 First Leaked Photo Revealed

Since last year's devices, Samsung Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and Note 9, were all powerful devices but incredibly tiresome, the South Korean giant tech company is planning a fascinating Galaxy S10 device to celebrate ten years of the Galaxy S series existence on the market. Images of the upcoming Samsung smartphone were shared by popular leakster Evan Blass on Twitter. Recently, we came to know that Samsung Galaxy S10 will come in five variants.

A new screen design looks like it could become the new standard for Samsung devices. It will have the largest screen, probably a 6.4-inch display, and will have about three to four rear cameras, two front-facing cameras and a big battery.

Samsung's new Galaxy S10 series is expected to debut in late February. The Galaxy S10 will apparently use reverse wireless charging, allowing you to recharge your other compatible devices from the phone. Many manufacturers will unveil bleeding edge devices that will set the trend for this year. Also, the 5G variant is expected to launch in South Korea and North America only as of now while there is an Exynos 9820 counterpart of all Galaxy S10 devices as well. A second leak now seemingly reveals the battery capacities of all three 4G LTE Galaxy S10 versions, and you might not like the numbers.

The device will also receive a major security bump with the inclusion of the latest ultrasonic in-display finger print sensor that is will be more accurate than all the other sensors that are now available for mobile devices. But as it turns out, the company is skipping that design plan altogether and instead opting for a hole-punch design.