We have heard pretty much everything about the yet to be launched Samsung Galaxy S10 and it's variants before they finally arrive tomorrow at the company's Galaxy UNPACKED event in San Francisco. In what looks like a hands-on video, Samsung Galaxy S10 is once again making some headlines for yet another leak but this time, it's the whole deal, you can see the overall looks and design of the phone, ahead of the official launch event on February 20.
A leaked hands-on video of Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ reveal what these handsets could look like. Samsung Galaxy S10+ is the most expensive and premium model from the entire line-up. As for a comparison between the two models is concerned, primarily, there are three major differences between Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy S10+.
First things first, one of the most obvious differences comes in the form of screen size. As you would have expected, Samsung Galaxy S10+ has a bigger screen. You get a 6.1-inch AMOLED display on the Samsung Galaxy S10 whereas, on the S10+, you get a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with a little more screen space. You will end up paying some extra money for the Samsung Galaxy S10+.
Both the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ have punch-hole selfie camera embedded in the screen. The only difference, Samsung Galaxy S10 has a single front-facing camera whereas the Galaxy S10+ has two selfie camera sensors that go behind the screen.
In what could be a big relief for Samsung Galaxy S-series takers, Samsung has done away with dual camera setup and instead opted for a triple-rear camera system. Both the Galaxy S10 and S10+ feature triple-camera unit on the rear. The third sensor on the back handles ultra-wide photos. Other than that, there is a telephoto lens with a 2x optical zoom.
Similar to last year, Samsung has once again retained their 3.5mm headphone jack with the Galaxy S10 and S10+. Therefore, customers purchasing these phones do not need to worry about extra dongles or wireless headphones. They can simply connect their wired headphones to a 3.5mm audio jack.
Both the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ feature the in-display fingerprint reader. So, the fingerprint reader is once again back on the front. However, it goes behind the display this time around, similar to OnePlus 6T and many other Chinese phones out there.
Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ support wireless charging. So you can wireless charge the handset without having to worry about the charging brick or cable. What's more, it also supports reverse charging mechanism. You can also charge the Galaxy Buds wireless earphones.
This is all we have gathered from the leaked hands-on video of the Galaxy S10 and S10+. Stay tuned with us for continued coverage about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy UNPACKED event.