The image confirms that the smartphone will feature an Infinity O display.
Samsung is known to be working on the next-generation of its flagship lineup with Galaxy S10 series. Now, just ahead of official launch, the Galaxy S10 real-life image has surfaced online.
The image was posted by known tipster Evan Blass and it shows the front panel of the device. The image confirms that the smartphone will feature an Infinity O display, which is basically a hole in the screen that is meant for selfie camera. The phone comes loaded with minimal bezels around the corner. The smartphone, as per the tipster, comes with Beyond 1 moniker. The Galaxy S10+ is codenamed as Beyond 2, while the Lite variant is codenamed as Beyond 0.
Samsung Galaxy S10 "Beyond 1," in the wild. pic.twitter.com/EMquh59Kln— Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 3, 2019
The tipster further claims that the Galaxy S10 series might come loaded with a wireless charging technology that will enable the device to charge other smartphones and wearables as well. This is not the first we will see such kind of technology. Huawei introduced the same reverse wireless charging technology with its latest Mate 20 Pro smartphone.
Previously, prices of the Galaxy S10 series were leaked online. The Galaxy S10 Lite with 5.8-inch display will come with a price tag of 669 Euros (approx. Rs 56,900) for the 128GB storage option.
The standard version of Galaxy S10 will come with two storage option of 128GB and 512GB. The 128GB storage variant will be priced at 799 Euros (approx. Rs 65,000), while the 512GB storage option will come with a price tag of 999 Euros (approx. Rs 81,500). Moving on, the Galaxy S10+ will come with a price tag of 899 Euros (approx. Rs 73,298) for the 128GB storage option, while the 512GB storage variant will be priced at 1099 Euros (approx. Rs 89,605).
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