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It’s almost time for Samsung Galaxy S10

Feb 17, 2019 POSTED IN BusinessDesignTech BY blogger
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Feb 2019

The Galaxy S10 promises to be the most important Samsung release in years. The Galaxy S10 is set to debut next Wednesday at Samsung’s Feb 20 Unpacked event.

There will seemingly be four variants of the Galaxy S10 at a multitude of sizes, ranging from 5.8 inches for the S10 Lite, to as large as 6.4 or 6.7 inches for the S10 Plus. The cheapest could have a flat display, while the largest and most expensive may support 5G and carry a total of six cameras across the front and rear.  There will be an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor in some of these models, a nearly bezel-free display with a hole-punch cutout for the front-facing camera and as many as four cameras on the rear for superior photo-taking abilities in any condition. specs on the S10 lineup: the new phones will reportedly be getting Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 855 processor or Samsung’s in-house Exynos 9820 chipset, depending on the region. According to WinFuture, the S10 will offer a 128GB model with 6GB of RAM and a 512GB / 8GB version, while the S10 Plus will offer a third, maxed-out version with 1TB of storage and a whopping 12GB of RAM. The other main difference between the two phones is battery size: the S10 has a 3,100mAh battery, while the S10 Plus offers a larger 4,100mAh cell.

Like previous years, you can actually reserve the phone before it has even been announced — and if you do, you’ll get a pretty sizable discount. Samsung has put up a web page on which you can reserve the “next Galaxy” phone, and through the page, you can save up to $550 if you trade in an eligible device — plus, you’ll get $50 credit for accessories. If you pre-order, Samsung says you should get it by March 8 — though you’ll have to go back and complete your purchase within 72 hours of the phones going on sale. Samsung also notes that not all versions of the phone are eligible, but it doesn’t offer any details on specific models that are or are not. You can specify the carrier you plan on using the phone with.