Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ Leaked Video and Prices

The reveal of Samsung’s new phones is so close now that more details about the devices started leaking from everywhere! And if you thought you already knew everything about it, there is one thing you weren’t aware of. Well, a couple of things…

First, you didn’t know the price and the differences between the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ or other key features they come with. Second, you didn’t know that the awesome fingerprint scanner under the display comes with a major problem – we covered the issue HERE.

Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ Latest Features Confirmed

Now let’s see what the video shot by TechRadar (and which accidentally was published too early) revealed. Of course, the video was taken down, but many viewers saved it before that and uploaded on their social media.

Here’s what we saw in the roughly 2-minute video: aside from all the Galaxy things we are familiar with – the size and design, we also noticed the Galaxy Buds and the reverse wireless charging feature which will come to the S10+. The S10 and the S10+ have a triple camera setup on the rear with an ultra-wide angle lens, a primary camera and a telephoto lens.

The fingerprint sensor under the display is ultrasonic, which should make it faster and more accurate – and it’s also the first phone to come with the tech.

The Most Expensive Galaxy Smartphone So Far

As for the prices, Phone Arena spotted Evan Blass’ leak of the photo below with the prices in China for various Galaxy S10+ versions, showing that the high-end of the S10+ will be almost $1,500.

This means that the Galaxy S10+ will be the priciest Samsung smartphone until now, but it does come in slightly cheaper versions depending on the RAM and ROM you choose. Nonetheless, we should also remember that the prices in yuan are converted in USD and as always, China has lower prices for smartphones compared to the rest of the world, which means the Galaxy S10+ might be a little more expensive than $1,500.

We’ll soon see if the prices are in the range planned by Samsung, when the company will officially unveil the Galaxy S10 lineup on 20 February.

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