The launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is just around the corner and there is quite a lot we already know about the phone. The flagship phone from Samsung is set to launch on 20th of February and is supposed to be a drastically different from its predecessor. There’s quite a lot of hype behind the phone especially since it is the company’s 10-year anniversary flagship. But should you really be exicted? Let’s find out!
The Samsung Galaxy S10 has been leaked several times and to be completely honest, I don’t think even Samsung is trying really hard to hide the phone from us. We know almost everything there is to know about the flagship phone from Samsung for 2019.
Expect 4 Samsung Galaxy S10 Variants
There will be not one, not two, not three but four variants of the Galaxy S10 at launch. However, you can expect only the Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and the Galaxy S10e to make its way into Nepal.
For those who are out of the loop, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is going to be the most expensive variant of all with 6.4-inch Quad HD+ display, Exynos 9820/ Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC and up to 12GB of RAM with 1TB of Internal Storage. However, a lower end S10+ will be available too with ‘just’ 6GB of RAM and 128GB of Internal Storage. There will be 2 cameras on the front and 3 on the back. The rear camera is likely going to have a standard focal length lens, a wide-angle and a telephone lens.
Next up is the Samsung Galaxy S10, which is most likely going to be the variant most of the Nepalese will end up buying. It will come with 6.1-inch QHD+ Super Amoled Display with HDR support. The phone will be powered with the same chipset, however, you won’t be able to get the 12GB of RAM with this model. And as you may be thinking right now, you really don’t need it. So, don’t worry.
Finally, there’s the Samsung Galaxy S10e which is going to be the cheapest phone of the lot. However, don’t be too excited as it will still cost upward of Rs. 80,000 when it launches in Nepal.
Although it is going to be the cheapest of all the Galaxy S10 variants, it won’t skimp on the essentials. What you get with this phone is a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display with flat sides instead of the curved ones in the other models. Also, unlike the S10 and the S10+ which will come with an under-display fingerprint scanner, the S10e will have the regular fingerprint scanner mounted on the side. On the front, the phone will feature a single selfie camera instead of the two, like on the S10+. Thankfully though, the phone will come with the same processor that powers its elder siblings. There were rumors that the phone would use the older SoC used on the S9 and the Note 9 but those rumors can now be put to rest.
As you can already tell, there’s a lot Samsung is trying to do with its newest flagship. There are also rumors that Samsung will launch the 5G variant (very unlikely to come to Nepal) and also a new Galaxy Watch. Samsung seems to really go all-in with the Galaxy S10.
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