There is no optical stabilization in Samsung Galaxy S10
Samsung Galaxy S10 is one of the most promising Smartphone of this year for which many Android fans are dying to get their hands on it and We’ve been hearing many rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S10+ which are making us impatient and adding to those rumors a new report shed some lights on its major specification.
The leak suggests, the Galaxy S10+comes with a 6.3-inch diagonal of 3040x1440px resolution instead of a 6.4-inch display which was rumored to be. Galaxy S10+ is the first to have 800 nits of screen brightness in Galaxy Series, previously Galaxy flagship comes with not more than 700 nits.
The Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10 to have triple rear cameras 12 f/2.4 45-degree tele / 12MP f/1.5 77-degree regular / 16MP f/2.2 fixed-focus 123-degree ultra-wide while the Galaxy S10e is prompt to have a regular and an ultra-wide camera. There is no optical stabilization mention anywhere in the sheet but yes it will have dual-pixel AF.
The Galaxy S10+ has dual-front facing cameras while the S10 has a single one underneath the infinity-O display. Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e is said to be the world’s first selfie camera to capture 4K.
The New Galaxy S10 lineup is expected to boast either Snapdragon 855 (for China and U.S) & Exynos 9820 processors (for other regions) with the most high-end model offering up to 1TB of mammoth storage and 12GB of RAM.
The Galaxy S10 and S10+ will have in-display fingerprint scanners. Samsung Galaxy S10 launch event is taking place next Wednesday, February 20 in San Francisco and till then we have to wait for more concrete details.
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