The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be unveiled on Wednesday, February 20, 2019, during the latest Galaxy Unpacked media events, which will be held in London and San Francisco.
A new image shows off three versions of the phone, the S10E, the S10, and the S10+.
According to serial Samsung leaker, Ice Universe, Samsung is planning just that.
He claims the Samsung Galaxy S10+ with 12 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage will have a special ceramic back which is not only scratch resistant but also less likely to crack when it falls. It will also look metallic.
Samsung is of course not the first phone company to release a ceramic case, with Apple’s most expensive Apple Watch 3 also having a ceramic case, which the company eventually dropped for the 4th version.
According to Ice Universe, there is a weight penalty to pay, but if it would allow users to use their super-expensive device without a case, and therefore show it off better in all its glory, I am sure a few extra grams will be worth it.
It is expected that the Galaxy S10 will get a 500 mAh increase from the Galaxy S9 to 3500 mAh, while the Galaxy S10 Plus will also jump 500 mAh to a Galaxy Note 9-matching 4,000 mAh (one of the longest lasting batteries in a smartphone you can buy). Meanwhile, charging speeds are being boosted thanks to an increase in power from 15W up to 22.5W.
Samsung is trying something completely new with its Galaxy S10 series. It plans to release four different versions of Galaxy S10.
Based on the latest rumors, the Galaxy S10 range will breakdown as follows:
- Galaxy S10 Lite: Entry-levelS10 with 5.8-inch display, LTE.
- Galaxy S10: Follow-up toGalaxy S9 with
- Galaxy S10 Plus: Follow-up toGalaxy S9 Plus with
- 5G-enabled Galaxy S10 X: 6.7-inch display, 5G connectivity, 1TBstorage.
Galaxy S10 Plus will feature a 6.44-inch screen