Samsung Galaxy S10 Specs List Might Include 'Powershare' Feature

Samsung Galaxy S10 Specs List Might Include 'Powershare' Feature

Samsung Galaxy S10 Specs List Might Include 'Powershare' Feature

Wccftech.com writes that they have "an image of a smartphone that might be the Galaxy S10".

These phones will showcase Samsung's Infinity-O display, that includes the front camera.

The glass-metal sandwich design borrowed from the Note 9, with two small camera cutouts in the display for selfie cameras.

However, the boy who took the picture of the alleged Galaxy S10 said that "I saw this phone in the subway and took a picture".

Unlike Galaxy A8s, however, S10 will most probably have a 3.5mm headphone jack input. While Apple is likely to face this strict penalty in China, the company might loose some of it's market share considering the fact that Huawei is really moving to dominate the whole of China and become the major smartphone manufacturer (they are already) all over the country.

Samsung Galaxy S10 rumored design
Galaxy S10 will be able to charge other smartphones wirelessly

Finally, the Korean firm claims that the Galaxy Fold will be powered by an Exynos 9820 CPU in Korea and the Snapdragon 8150 in the US. The bezels are at the top and bottom side.

As per a report by CGS-CIMB Research that was spotted by LetsGoDigital, some details about the upcoming foldable smartphone have been revealed.

The render purportedly shows a three camera array on the rear (as has been previously reported) but one that is horizontal. Samsung, meanwhile, demoed a 5G phone prototype a few days ago.

According to Gizmodo, the Galaxy S10 will be unveiled at one of the firm's famous Unpacked events on February 20. The handset is expected to get a number of upgrades over the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. What appears certain is that all the three proposed variants, the Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10 Lite will be equipped with the Powershare feature allowing for wireless charging and even enable reverse charging.

In some related news, three devices with codes Rize 10, Rize 20, Rize 30 have been spotted and Samsung has filed for patents for these phones in countries like the United Kingdom and Mexico for these.

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