The marketing image also shows off a highlight feature of the Galaxy S10 - PowerShare. We will have to wait until February 20 to know the details.
The Galaxy S10 will support reverse wireless charging, several reports have claimed in the past few months, a feature that we first saw on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro previous year, but something most people won't get to use that much. The other Galaxy S10 models are tipped to offer in-display solutions instead. The Galaxy S10 includes a single camera in the top-right corner of its display, while the Galaxy S10+ comes with two selfie cameras which are placed in the same spot.
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The latest leak should probably come with a warning though because if you have the brightness turned up on your device, this one is sure to make you squint. In terms of colour options, both these two smartphones are said to come in White, Black and Teal with a Vivid Blue option for select markets. The yellow might well be a bit more subdued in real life - here it looks positively eye-searing if I do say so myself. Below you'll see the real-deal approximate prices of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ at launch.
The Galaxy S10 could be priced at Euros 899 (6GB/128GB) Euros 1,149 (8GB/512GB), and the Galaxy S10 Plus might have a price tag of Euros 999 (6GB/128GB), Euros 1,249 (8GB/512GB), and Euros 1,499 (12GB/1TB).
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