You'll Have to Remove Your Galaxy S10 Case to Use Wireless PowerShare

You'll Have to Remove Your Galaxy S10 Case to Use Wireless PowerShare

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The leaks include a leather cover for the S10, as well as LED view covers. Over the last few days, nearly all major details about Samsung's upcoming flagships have been leaked online.

Samsung has opened up reservations for the Galaxy S10 a week ahead of its debut.

Samsung will unveil the new Galaxy S10 series at its "Galaxy Unpacked" event on February 20. The higher variants will also sport an in-display fingerprint sensor. The device will come with a fingerprint sensor placed on the side of the frame and a dual-camera system on the back.

Samsung Galaxy S10 has a 6.1-inch AMOLED HDR+ Infinity O display with 19:9 aspect ratio and Gorilla Glass 6 protection. A triple-camera setup will be used on the back, while the front-facing unit will consist of two cameras. The front cameras come with features like live focus, dual pixel, AF, UHD selfie and depth. Samsung is also going to improve the Super slow-mo video recording (960fps) capabilities on the devices and offer 0.8s of recording time. All three phones will come in "Prism White", "Prism Green" and "Prism Black" colours, while Galaxy S10E will have an exclusive "Canary Yellow" colour. The teaser video also reveals that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will come with an nearly bezel-less display and thankfully there will be no notch or cut-out anywhere.

The Samsung Galaxy Buds feature a much smaller battery capacity compared to its previous predecessor with only 58mAh battery and its case only 252mAh battery. That's definitely a commendable move from Samsung and one that Apple should take note of. The first teaser reveals that the Galaxy S10 will come with reverse wireless charging support. The battery capacities of all three phones have also been bumped for improved longevity.

  • Terrell Bush