More details about the Samsung Galaxy Buds emerge

Reserve your Galaxy S10 now and receive it by March 8

Basically, instead of just the front camera cutout, those who opt to put a screen protector on their Galaxy S10 will also have to deal with a big gaping hole at the lower part of the display.

At this point there's seemingly not much that we don't know about the Galaxy S10 range, but a comprehensive specs leak may have filled in a few gaps - though it's also at odds with things we've heard before.

The Galaxy S10 trio is going to feature the same design language that Samsung first debuted with the Galaxy S8 in 2017 and refined further with the Galaxy Note 9 past year. However, rumours suggest that Samsung will let the S10 series wirelessly charge the Galaxy Buds, so perhaps the South Korean company is counting on that. In fact, just yesterday a massive leak outed every last spec for all three new Galaxy S10 models.

Samsung Galaxy S10+ will likely come in 3 storage options- 6GB/128GB, 8GB/512GB and 12GB/1TB.

A fresh specification leak by GSMArena , Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10 will have triple rear cameras 12MP telephoto lens with f/2.4 aperture, 12MP wide camera sensor with f/1.5 aperture and a 16MP ultra wide sensor with f/2.2 aperture.

Across the board, all three models will be powered by an Exynos 9820 processor and it comes with at least 6GB of RAM. The device will come with a fingerprint sensor placed on the side of the frame and a dual-camera system on the back. Will this finally get you to stop using screen protectors, or will you wait until Samsung is able to make the in-display fingerprint sensor work with screen protectors? The handsets will also be capable of recording videos in 4K from the 10MP selfie camera at the front.

However, a discovery by United Kingdom site Mobile Fun on the packaging of some official S10 cases has made that feature a lot less appealing - you'll probably have to take the case off to make it work properly.

The first video alludes to the Galaxy S10's reverse wireless charging capabilities.

Related:

Comments

Latest news

Angel Di Maria blames Louis van Gaal for Manchester United struggles
Di Maria was clearly fired up and utilised his limited grasp of English to taunt the Old Trafford crowd during the celebrations. Later, he blew kisses to the stands and imitated drinking from a bottle that was hurled at him by a fan.

Retail inflation softens to 19-month low of 2.05% in January
This, combined with a negative base effect, may lead to a four-tick decline of the year-on-year rate to 1.5%. It softened to 5.4 percent in January, according to economists at Yes Bank Ltd. and Axis Bank Ltd.

Tesla will roll out 'Dog Mode' to protect pets
On the other hand, Elon Musk bragged before that his "Dog Mode" can tell the owners that their dogs are safe inside the vehicle. Otherwise, the best option is still to leave animals in their homes and not inside the auto .

Black leopard captured for first time in 100 years by Brit photographer
They weren't sure whether the tracks they were following were those of the black leopard or a regular spotted one. In a video documenting his photography expedition, Burrard-Lucas filmed himself going to check the camera.

Derryn Hinch to vote with Labor and pass refugee medical transfer bill
The move was initially seen as a sign his support for the bill was wavering, but he ultimately chose to continue his support. However, the immigration minister would still have some authority to overrule transfers .

Other news