Samsung Galaxy S10+ front appear in photos, may have a 4000mAh battery and ToF camera
As the date for Samsung’s Unpacked 2019 approaches, more and more speculations about the much anticipated Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone range appear. A photo appeared on Weibo, showing the front of the Samsung Galaxy S10+, rocking extremely thin bezels and a pill shaped cutout housing the selfie camera as well as the ToF camera.
In addition, listings in Brazil claim that the smartphone may have a battery capacity that is equal or less than its previous predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S9. The Samsung Galaxy S10+ show a 4000mAh battery capacity on the listings. This is a little concerning, considering the rumours about the Samsung Galaxy S10+ having a 5 cameras in total. However, it is noted that the smartphone may be powered by the Exynos 9820 chipset here in Malaysia, which is a pretty efficient chipset.
As for the regular Samsung Galaxy S10, listings show a 3300mAh battery capacity which is slightly lower than the Samsung Galaxy S9+’s. However, the S10 may have a slightly smaller screen, measuring at 6.1 inches as well as a more efficient chipset this time round. The lowest spec variant of the smartphone may come with a 3000mAh battery capacity but we all know the battery life of the smartphone may still be pretty impressive due to the chipset and 5.8 inch display.
There may be a brand new feature on the Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone. A 3D ToF camera is finally making its way to the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G variant. I’m sure by now most of you know what a 3D ToF camera, seeing that smartphones like the Huawei Mate 20 and HONOR View20 rocking the same concept. We can expect to see the ToF cameras make its way to Samsung’s A series smartphone range some time soon as well.
However, until the official announcement is made next month, on the 20th of February to be exact, do take this information with a healthy dose of skepticism. Here's what we know about the Samsung Galaxy S10 so far. I wonder what rumour we’ll hear about the smartphone next… X-ray vision, anyone? For the latest Samsung news, TechNave.com is the place to be!