Galaxy S10, S10+ Images Leaked In "High Quality", They Look Stunning

James Marshall
January 27, 2019

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10, which is expected to launch in August 2019, could feature a brand new component that will give it the edge over the soon-to-be-announced Samsung Galaxy S10. It was later reported that Samsung would be teaming up with Halong Miner and would be providing chips that would power the company's cryptocurrency mining devices.

The latest leak about the Samsung Galaxy S10 has triggered massive excitement in the cryptocurrency community. Then we had an unexpected surprise: a Samsung insider claimed that the Plus phone would be just 7.8mm thick, which is very impressive.

After the company's decision to release a boring Galaxy S9 update past year that looked just like the Galaxy S8 and offered no new marquee features, the Galaxy S10 can't come soon enough.

Tech junkies have recently received the confirmation that they have been waiting for a long time. 20 at 11 o clock in San Francisco at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.

TechRadar has also released a report which contains more rumored features and information on the upcoming Samsung flagship smartphone. The phone is often referred to as the "Galaxy Fold" and "Galaxy F", but the electronics giant has yet to confirm the actual name for the highly anticipated product. The company is likely to pack a massive battery of up to 6,000mAh capacity in the device. A localized unpacking event will also be held simultaneously in London.

Since the spec sheet of the A9 Pro (2019) is identical to the A8s, we can expect the smartphone to use the same 6.4-inch AMOLED panel with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels in the 19.5:9 aspect ratio.

The rear of the handsets were also shown; both were displayed boasting a triple-camera system.

The images show the Samsung Blockchain Keystore app running on the Galaxy S10.

A single-core score of 4382 obliterates every other Android smartphone currently available right now in the USA, and the multi-core score of 9570 also places the phone near the top of the pile.

The Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro (2019) has become the first smartphone from the company to feature an Infinity-O display to launch internationally - the keyword here being global. No in-built screen fingerprint.

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