The presentation of the new Samsung Galaxy S series flagships is almost upon us. Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus will be presented officially the day after tomorrow February 20 in a dedicated event, but already the unofficial informatios about it are really many. To close the picture and give us a 360° view on these two devices, in the last hours an interesting video leaked on YouTube, deriving from the social network Weibo, which reveals almost the final design of the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus.
The leak in question portrays the new Galaxy S10 ans S10 Plus as two devices very similar aesthetically, but with three major differences. The first of these lies in the size of the screen that as already known through the previous rumors, should be equal to 6.1 inches for the Samsung Galaxy S10 and 6.4 inches for Galaxy S10 Plus, both with very small frames and SuperAMOLED technology.
The second difference is to be found in the front camera. This, present in a single configuration on the base model and double in the Plus model, both phones should follow the trend started towards the end of 2018 characterized by a hole inside the display. The single front camera of the Galaxy S10 would seem to be 10MP while the megapixels of the larger model would not seem to be known.
Finally, the third difference is present in the rear cameras, the galaxy S10 Plus will be equipped with a triple rear camera positioned horizontally. This, unlike the past, should have provided in addition to the standard sensor already seen on the models of the past few years also a wide-angle and a telescopic to allow greater optical zoom. In addition, the fingerprint reader is lost in the back and it seems to be moved under the display, opting for a solution already seen on different devices including Huawei Mate 20 Pro and OnePlus 6T.
Another innovation presented on this new series of flagship would seem to be given by the presence of the “Wireless Power Sharing” feature. This new function will allow the new Galaxy S10 to charge other electronic devices (like other smartphones or wireless headphones) simply by resting them on the back of the device. Last but not least, the video confirms once again the presence of the 3.5mm jack on both devices, reaffirming the position taken by the South Korean company in recent years.
Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus seem to have been almost completely revealed, and we just have to wait a few more days to see them officially during the presentation event. What do you think of these new South Korean flagships? Please let us know in the comment box!