Samsung is about to reveal its long-awaited flagship, the Galaxy S10 and while waiting for it, enthusiasts have been enjoying tons of leaks.
The latest one is reported by Forbes’ Gordon Kelly who wrote that there’s a considerable leak here that basically fils all the gaps and offers all the missing details so far.
Exciting news but a new concern
Kelly writes that thanks to a source of Samsung’s retail channel, GSMArena received some detailed sheets with specs and features for the whole Galaxy S10 range.
He also notes that there are a lot of positive new details but also some reasons for concern.
The new features are about the phone’s display, battery life, cameras, performance, design and more.
Here’s what Forbes writes regarding the new phones’ performance:
“Galaxy S10e – Exynos 9820 8nm CPU, 6GB / 8GB RAM, 128GB / 256GB storage
Galaxy S10 – Exynos 9820 8nm CPU, 6GB / 8GB RAM, 128GB / 512GB storage
Galaxy S10 Plus – Exynos 9820 8nm CPU, 6GB / 8GB / 12GB RAM and 128GB / 512GB / 1TB storage”
The only nasty detail is the price which seems to be higher than expected – more than $2,000.
We recommend that you head over to Forbes’ original article to check out the complete details.
Leaked new colors
We recently reported that another leak showed new colors for the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus.
The phone seems to come in various colors with the expected black option as well. Two new shades are featured as well, as reported by TechRadar.
The first option is green and the second one is described by the online tech publication as “pearlescent white.”
A few days ago, Blass also leaked some renders of the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10E each of them in black. We could see the “handsets’ triple-lens and dual-lens cameras, ultra-thin bezels, and much ballyhooed ‘pinhole’ cameras.”
We have to wait for just a few more days until Samsung officially reveals the new phones.
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