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Galaxy S10 details dripping in Samsung supply chain slip-up



Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus (or S 10 + if you prefer) was leaked this week with an official case. Not a kind of thing that usually comes from a hairpin-trigger accessory manufacturer, but a real-deal Samsung case. With that came a set of details about the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus that confirms some previous rumors, disproves others, and generally gives us a pretty good idea of ​​what to talk to.

Relative size

As the vast majority of Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks this pre-release season, we see a set of leaks that come in part from Ice Universe – and a little from 8090. These people have some extremely good internal contacts – and / or supply chain contacts – delivering huge amounts of information on the next Samsung smartphone set regardless of name. This latest leak has to do with a protective case and a screen protector.

The picture you see directly above this section shows the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus screen protector on top of a Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The size is not accurate, but it's nicely gosh-darned nearby. The marginal overall size difference is nothing compared to the extreme difference in total front screen coverage. Almost the same size body with much more screen in the mix.

Screen Protector Warning

Screen Protector Associates 8090, posting this week from China talked about early results with Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensors – as we see in the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. He suggested that ordinary tempered glass screen protectors would not work.

With the glass and adhesive layer between the standard glass and the extra layer, all necessary vibrations are erased. As such, we need to find new solutions, and we can safely warn against buying your daily average super-cheap screen protector for this phone – it doesn't give a nice result!

All three (or 5) models

The first three models are likely to be revealed simultaneously at an event set just before Mobile World Congress 2019. The other two models are likely to be released some time before the end of the first half of year.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite:
• Screen: 5.8 inches (flat)
• Back cameras: 2x lens
• Front camera : 1x hole sleeve
• Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 / Exynos 9820
• Fingerprint sensor: Side mounted
• Connection: 4G LTE
• Back: Glass

Samsung Galaxy S10 (Edge):
• Screen: 6.1 inch (curved)
• Rear view cameras: 2x lens
• Front camera: 1x hole sleeve
• Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 / Exynos 9820
• Fingerprint sensor: Ultrasonic in-display
• Fingerprint sensor: Ultrasonic in-display
• Connection: 4G LTE
• Back: Glass [19659013] Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus:
• Display: 6.44-inch (curved)
• Reverse Cameras: 3x lens
• Front Cameras: 2x hole sleeve (pill shaped) )
• Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 85 5 / Exynos 9820
• Fingerprint sensor: Ultrasonic in-display
• Connection: 4G LTE
• Back: Glass

Below you will find the two 5G next generation, super-powered versions of the Galaxy S10. These will not be released at the same time as the rest of the Galaxy S10 crew. These are "beyond" the ones.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G (Beyond X):
• Display:
• Rear Cameras: 4x Lens
• Front Cameras: 2x Hole Sleeve (Pill-shaped)
• Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 / Exynos 9820
• Fingerprint sensor: Ultrasonic in-display
• Connection: 5G
• Back: Ceramic

Samsung Galaxy S10 Bolt:
: 7.7-inch (curved)
• Rear cameras: 4x lens
• Front cameras: 2x hole sleeve (pill shaped)
• Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 / Exynos 9820
• Fingerprint sensor: Ultrasonic in-display
• Connection: 5G
• Back: Ceramic [19659005] Release Dates

The expected disclosure date of the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Edge (or just S10) and S10 Plus is February 20, 2019. It is around one week before the first day of Mobile World Congress 2019. Samsung will probably bring one whole lot of Galaxy S10 models for sho w to M WC 2019 in Barcelona, ​​too. After that, we expect these three first models to be launched on March 8 – or so.

The other two models we expect will start in Q2 2019. It comes right around time when the 5G network coverage is large enough to justify the launch of a big smartphone from the largest Android toting manufacturer in the world.


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