Published: Wed, November 21, 2018
IT | By Darin Griffith

Samsung Galaxy S10 standard variant might offer 5.8-inch flat display

Samsung Galaxy S10 standard variant might offer 5.8-inch flat display

The report also quotes that Samsung's executives have revealed that the South Korean tech giant is working towards developing a new QLED display type for its upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone.

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A major highlight of the device is its vertically-stacked four cameras consisting of an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, a 24MP main sensor, a 5MP depth sensor and a 10MP telephoto sensor at the back. There's also an Intelligent Scene Optimizer feature that relies on AI for enhancing shots in different scenes. The front camera is 24MP with f/2.0 aperture.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Android smartphone is down to $398.99 unlocked on Amazon. The phablet, mind you, sports a big 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen.

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The handset is backed by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, coupled with 128GB internal storage that can be further expanded. The phone sports a beefy 3,800 mAh battery with fast charging support through the USB Type-C port, a fingerprint sensor on the back and a 3.5mm headphone jack as well. This isn't the first leak of the Samsung Galaxy S10 in its multiple iterations, and it most certainly won't be the last.

Among other developments, Samsung is set to bring the Galaxy S10 in Black, Green, White, and Yellow colour options, reports SamMobile, There could also be some gradient colour jobs on the reported colour options to match the ongoing trend. The 8GB RAM variant will cost Rs 39,990. The A9 can be pre-booked starting today, and the phone will go on sale across all online and offline channels starting November 28.

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It's possible that someone took the ZenFone 6 image and manipulated it, though that would require a bit more work than just flipping it around and adding blur to the photo-the angles don't match up on the two phones. The launch event was also streamed live on the official Samsung India and Samsung Bharat newsroom.

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