Just a few hours after the first “official” press releases of the Galaxy S10+ appeared on January 31st, WinFuture got additional images of both the regular Galaxy S10 and its larger versions in all colors that will appear in Europe.
Confirming the information, the renderi suggest that the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 + will also be available in a new color called “Prism White”, with the main white podton in combination with blue and violet shades that shine. This creates a fairly unique final effect, similar to the one that Huawei popularized last year.
In addition to this unusual white color, there will also be a new green variant. This, however, is not a popular Emerald Green tone that Samsung previously used on the Galaxy S6. In fact, the color actually looks more like an Emerald Green tone that Huawei released last October with the Mate 20 Pro.
It is not surprising that these two colors will be joined by Samsung’s usual black model in Europe. It is, however, interesting that, however, there is no trace of violet and gray models that were previously in circulation. Instead, the only other color that Samsung allegedly prepares is blue, but, according to the report, that color will not be available immediately. Of course, accessibility in other regions might be different.
Taking into account the design that Samsung chose for its latest flagship models, both models use the horizontal layout of the back-camera like the Galaxy Note 9 model. In the Galaxy S10, however, a third camera was added.
According to previous information released to the public, the main sensor will look like the one found on last year’s Galaxy flagship phones. This means that users should expect a 12 MP camera with a variable aperture that can dramatically improve the image in low light conditions when needed.
The second sensor, which is said to have a resolution of 13 MP, will obviously come along with the telephoto lens. Similar to previous Samsung’s flagship models, this camera should be capable of 2x optical zoom, although the upgrade to 3x optical zoom is still not turned off.
A new 16 MP sensor will complete the rear when the cameras are in question, which is equipped with a wide-angle lens. The current details of this sensor remain unclear. However, it will allow users to capture many more things in their images. Samsung may also feature a LG-like function, with users able to take pictures simultaneously using all three cameras.
The two latest features that are worth mentioning are two-color LED flash and heart rate monitor on the back of the phone, which are placed next to each other and matched with the position of the three cameras. When it comes to the front of both devices, Samsung has redefined its flagship models with curved AMOLED screens. This time, however, they look a little different.
The old Infinity displays are past and in their place are the new Infinity-O display, complete with extremely thin side frames, slim top frames and drastically reduced bottom frames. There are also ultrasonic scanners for the fingerprint on the screen as well as camera holes in the upper right corner. However, the Galaxy S10 has a classic circular shape of the selfi camera, while the Galaxy S10 + boasts a pill shape, which also has a Time-of-Flight sensor. This Samsung’s flagship model should support face recognition and can also offer better self-photos.
Rounding out the Galaxy S10 Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 + is a dedicated Bixby button, volume control button and power button. Both smartphones also include a bottom-up speaker, a 3.5 mm headphone jack and a USB Type-C input.
In addition to its superior exterior, the Samsung’s flagship model will also have some impressive internal features. In the US, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 will be in the device while the European models will receive Samsung’s Exynos 9820.
Both models are expected to have 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of memory. If that is not enough, European consumers should also be able to buy a model of 8/512 GB. The Galaxy S10 + variant with 1 TB of memory and 12 GB of RAM will also be available for purchase, though only in Ceramic Black and Ceramic White colors.
In the end, the devices will come with Android 9 Pie along with the Samsung One UI to be included. In the case of the Galaxy S10, a recent confirmation has shown that a 3300 mAh battery will be present. The larger model, on the other hand, will have a battery capacity of 4000 mAh.
Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 + will be officially launched on February 20, along with the cheaper Galaxy S10e and the company’s first flexible smartphone. It is said that the brand will prepare a new smart watch, two fitness trainers and a pair of wireless headsets. As suggested by the render that was released to the public on Friday, January 31, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 + should go on the market on March 8 in most international markets. As for the price of the Galaxy S10e in Europe, it should cost 749 euros (6GB + 128GB), the Galaxy S10 should cost from 899 euros (6GB + 128GB) to 1149 euros (8GB + 512GB), while the Galaxy S10 + could cost 999 euros (6GB + 128GB), 1249 euros (8GB + 512GB) and 1499 euros (12GB + 1TB).