Samsung took a Galaxy S10 5G into space and you can ask for a photo of your selfie

Galaxy S10 5G

Samsung is going to offer consumers the opportunity to get their selfie in space. Thanks to the Galaxy S10 5G that the company has launched into the stratosphere.

A high-pressure balloon with the size of half a basketball court (10.5m x 18m) will take off from a launch platform in South Dakota in the US to a height of 20 kilometers. With a special container that houses the Galaxy S10 smartphone.

The Galaxy S10 5G will gravitate for 200 hours at the edge of the Earth’s atmosphere. The container design will allow obtaining the photos with the best quality. Taking into account the curvature of the earth and the reflection of sunlight. Whose energy will load both the container and the Galaxy S10 5G.

Samsung took the S10 5G into space

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Meanwhile, on Earth, users will have the opportunity to receive a photo of their face in space. You just have to take a selfie with your smartphone and upload it to the Mission Control website.

Samsung Netherlands claims that the Galaxy S10 5G is so rugged that it can withstand the extreme conditions of pressure and temperature of the space, without the need for insulation or additional housing of any kind.

To this day, only astronauts have had the opportunity to take a selfie in space. Now, thanks to this Samsung initiative, users will have the opportunity to see their face in space just by sending their selfies through this website.

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