According to a massive leak from GSM Arena, we now have the complete spec rundown for the Galaxy S10 lineup. This includes specs for the Galaxy S10 itself, as well as the Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e.
From the spec sheet provided, even the least expensive model, the Galaxy S10e, is by no means a slouch in the spec department. Each phone appears to be well equipped with Dynamic AMOLED displays, multiple cameras, a ton of RAM, plenty of processing power, and healthy battery sizes.
Update; The Samsung Galaxy s10 variants are now official.
Samsung Galaxy S10 specifications
The Samsung Galaxy S10 has a 6.1-inch QHD+ Infinity-O Display with a 19:9 aspect ratio. The display supports HDR10+ and reduces blue light too. The smartphone is powered by a 7nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor in some regions or the Exynos 9820 processor in others. The dual-SIM smartphone has 8GB RAM and two storage variants – 128GB and 512GB, apart from support for expandable storage. The smartphone has a triple rear camera setup — featuring a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, a 12-megapixel telephoto lens, and a 16-megapixel ultra-wide lens camera. The Samsung Galaxy S10 has a 10-megapixel selfie camera too. The Galaxy S10 has a 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB Type-C port, and a 3,400mAh battery. The Galaxy S10 has an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner. This smartphone has Android 9 Pie with Samsung’s One UI on top. The smartphone supports reverse wireless charging.
Samsung Galaxy S10+ specifications
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ has a larger 6.4-inch display, a 19:9 aspect ratio. It has the same processor as the S10. The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor in some regions or the Exynos 9820 in others. The display supports HDR10+ and reduces blue light too. The Galaxy S10+ has an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner. The smartphone has an 8GB RAM variant along with a 12GB RAM variant. It has three storage variants — 128GB, 512GB, and 1TB — with expandable storage support. The S10+ has a triple rear camera which are the same as the S10. The front camera setup on the S10+ is different. It has two front cameras and is powered by a 4,100mAh battery. The smartphone supports reverse wireless charging.
Samsung Galaxy S10e specifications
The Samsung Galaxy S10e has a 5.8-inch Infinity-O Display and will be available with 6GB or 8GB of RAM. The smartphone will sport either a Snapdragon 855 or an Exynos 9820 SoC. The Galaxy S10e features a 12-megapixel wide-angle sensor and a 16-megapixel fixed focus sensor on the back. On the front, the Galaxy S10e has a single front camera, which is the same as that on the Galaxy S10. This Galaxy S10e will feature two storage variants — 128GB and 512GB — along with microSD card support for expandable storage. This smartphone has a capacitive fingerprint sensor at the back and not the in-display fingerprint sensor seen on the other two S10 smartphones. The Galaxy S10e has a 3,100mAh battery.
I’ll just let you look over the below details without wasting too much of your time. If I may draw your attention to one spec, though, is the 12GB RAM + 1TB storage option for the Galaxy S10+. Holy moly. And did someone say Luxurious Ceramic, too? Yes, please.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 launch date is confirmed as Wednesday, February 20, meaning we’ll see the smartphone days before MWC 2019, which takes place from February 25-28.
Samsung itself has revealed the date, along with the time and location: the Galaxy S10 will be unveiled at 11am PT (2pm ET, 7pm GMT) at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.
We’ve heard that date rumored before, so it doesn’t come as a complete surprise, though some other rumors put forward different dates.
Certain versions of the S10 will likely carry some of the biggest smartphone displays we’ve ever seen. Current rumors point to 6.4- and 6.7-inch models, so it follows that Samsung would tweak its Android skin to make those handsets less cumbersome to use. OneUI moves many of the main controls within system apps to the bottom of the display, where they’re within reach of the user’s thumbs. It also frequently puts large text and rich graphics up top, to capitalize on the extra space that these panels provide.