Samsung Galaxy S10 early hands-on video – Confirms all we know!


The Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S1 Plus get leaked in a review video on YouTube. The video is airing all over the net and shows both the phone along with the specifications. In case you are wondering about the differences between the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+, there are not many, says the leakster.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Design

Anyways, Both the phone shows extremely thin bezels in the leaked video. But Hey! We are still not getting rid of the bottom chin on the phone. The phone looks futuristic, but in my opinion, Samsung should have used curved OLED screens like the iPhones. Well, the iPhones have perfectly aligned bezels, that certainly makes a massive difference.

Samsung Galaxy S10 early hands-on video - Confirms all we know!

The 6.1-inches super AMOLED screen on the Galaxy S10 gets a confirmation. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S10 Plus will get a 6.4-inches panel. Also, camera cutouts are confirmed once again. Also, one of the front cameras on the phone will carry a 10MP unit. The AR Emoji retains with on the S10 bunch of phones. In my opinion, its a waste of technology on phones without additional 3D camera sensors.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Camera

The Dual lens cameras on phones are now out. The Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus does right with the triple camera setup on its rear. The Primary camera will be a 12MP sensor with variable aperture ranging from f/1.5 and f/2.4 aperture. Besides that, the secondary camera will be a 12MP camera with an f/2.4 45-degree tele lens. Above all, the third sensor in comparison will be a 16MP f/2.2 fixed-focus 123-degree ultra-wide camera sensor.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Other Features

The Galaxy S10 bunch of phones retains the 3.5mm headphone jack, and that’s a reputable sign. The fingerprint reader gets rid off, and the phones get in the ultrasonic fingerprint reader. In case you need to know about it, you can read it from here.

Samsung Galaxy S10 early hands-on video - Confirms all we know!

The tipster calls the wireless charging on the phone as wireless power sharing. Well, that’s the right name, and feels better than the reverse wireless charging. Also, the person demonstrates the new Galaxy Buds in its video.

Well, what do you think about this video? The Samsung logo in the background makes the video an intentional one to create hype among the consumers. Does not it feel like Samsung is following the Pixel 3 marketing? Do let us know in the comments section below.