We are now exactly two weeks away from the official announcements of the Samsung Galaxy S10s, and we pretty much already know everything there is to know. What’s up guys? Saf here on SuperSaf TV, and in this video we’re going to be breaking down all of the leaks and rumors, SuperSaf style, to give you a final roundup of what to expect.
All right, so from some of my previous videos, you may already know that this year we’re going to have at least three new versions of the Samsung Galaxy S10.There is going to be the successors to the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, in the form of an S10 with a 6.1 inch display, and a S10 Plus with a 6.4 inch display.
Now although the display sizes of these devices are larger compared to last year, the devices physically won’t be any larger, and that is because we’ve got smaller bezels with a punch out for the front facing cameras. Now in addition to these two versions, there is also going to be a Samsung Galaxy S10e.Now this is going to be the new version with a 5.8-inch flat display.
So the other two are going to have curved displays, Samsung has been having curved displays for their Samsung Galaxy S-series since the S8. So this will be the first time in a couple of years.
that we’re going to be getting the flat Samsung Galaxy S device. And what does the e actually stand for? We’re not 100% sure as yet. Me and Lou did have a bit of a chat about this, and we think it might stand for everyone. So Samsung Galaxy S10 for everyone, because of the lower price, which we’ll be discussing in a little bit. What do you guys think the e is going to stand for? Definitely let me know in the comments below.
Now, taking a look the cameras, you’ll notice from all of these renders that the S10e and the regular S10have a single punch out for the front facing camera, whereas the S10 Plus has a dual punch out for the front facing cameras, and that is because we’re going to have two front facing cameras on the S10 Plus.
What these are exactly going to be has not been confirmed as yet, but the assumption is that they’re going to work similarly to what we’ve got on the Google Pixels, for example, and that is a regular angle of view lens, as well as an ultra-wide for your group selfies. Now all displays are said to be Super AMOLED displays, something that Samsung does very, very well, so colors will be vibrant, blacks will be deep.
These will be some of the best displays out there, no doubt about that. And resolution-wise we are looking at Quad HD Plus, for all of the devices as well. It’s not been confirmed whether the S10eis going to have a slightly lower resolution, currently from what we know, they are all going to be Quad HD Plus. Now what about the rear facing cameras? Well the good news is that the S10 as well as the S10 Plus will both have triple rear facing cameras. How these are going to work is not 100% confirmed yet, but the assumption is that. we’re going to have a regular angle of view camera, a telephoto camera, which is going to give you optical zoom, as well as an ultra-wide camera, which is something that I really likeon many of the devices.
I think this is a great all around triple camera setup. Something we’re going to be seeing a lot more of this year. The S10e, however, is going to miss out on that triple camera action, and it’s going to have two rear facing cameras. These are likely to be a regular cameras well as a telephoto camera, something that we’ve seen on previous Samsung Galaxy devices. There’s also rumored to be a bright night feature, Samsung’s answer to the night mode feature that we’ve seen on things like the Google Pixel as well as the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, and although Samsung devices generally have been very well in low light because of the super wide F1.5 apertures, having this feature will just improve on that, and I cannot wait to get my hands on these devices and put them up against some of the others, SuperSaf style, awesome camera comparisons. If you want to make sure you see those first, then be sure to subscribe and hit that bell icon, so you don’t miss anything.
Now what about the fingerprint scanners? Well the S10 and S10 Plus will have in-display fingerprint scanners and these are going to be ultrasonic 3D fingerprint scanners. So they’ll be much more advanced, more secure, and much faster compared to the optical fingerprint scanners that we currently have on many devices. However, the S10e will not have an in-display fingerprint scanner, it’s instead going to have a fingerprint scanner on the side. Something we’ve seen on many Sony devices before. Now this is still going to be fast and accurate, no doubt, but it’s not going to be as convenient as the in-display fingerprint scanner on the other S10s.Now moving on to the build and design. From the renders you can see that it looks like Samsung is going to be sticking to their traditional metal and glass sandwich, so that’s a metal frame with glass panels on the front and back.
And initially we’re going to be getting three color variants, prism black, prism green, as well as pearl white. So these are going to be the three initial colors. We should also be getting a blue version little bit later on. But the S10e is also going to be coming in a canary yellow. So lots of color options for the S10e.It looks like Samsung is going to be going head to head with the iPhone 10, with all of their color options. In addition to that there is going to be a ceramic black, as well as a ceramic white version of the top tier S10 Plus, so this is going to be the most expensive version, and it looks like we’re still going to have the Bixby button on all three devices, as well as the 3.5mm jack, so this is definitely good news, I’m sure a lot of you guys will be very pleased to hear. That Samsung, at least for this year, is going to be holding on to that 3.5mm jack. Now what about the batteries? We’ll all S10s are going to be coming with pretty large batteries, 3100 for the S10e,3400 for the S10, and 4100 for the S10 Plus. All of these are going to be coming with fast, as well as fast wireless charging. But the new feature is going to be reverse wireless charging.
This is something that we initially saw on the Huawei Mate 20 Profaned it’s where you can use your device to wireless charge another device. However, I have been pretty critical of this feature on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
I referred to it as a bit of a gimmick, and that is because it charges very slowly. Around 2.5 watts. The good news for the S10s is, however, that a regulator, regulatory, am I even saying it right? Regulatory (laughs) I can’t even say it. A regulatory filing, which reveals that the S10smay have up to 9 watts of wireless reverse charging. This is much faster than on Huawei, and it should be pretty much the same speed as what you’ll get on a fast wireless charger currently. So this should be really, really exciting.
Now what about the internals? Well we’re going to have either the Samsung Exynos 9820, or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, this is going to vary depending on your region. And the S10s are going to be coming with Android Pie out of the box, with Samsung’s One UI. One UI, much cleaner and much easier to use with one hand. Now what about the different storage versions and pricing? Well the S10e is going to come with six gigabytes of RAM, with 128 gigabytes of storage, and this is going to be retailing at around 750 euros.
The entry level regular S10is going to come with the same RAM and storage at 900 euros, but there is also going to be an eight gigabyte of RAM version with 512 gigabytes of storage, coming in at 1150 euros. And finally the S10 Plus, coming in, those configurations as well at higher prices, but the top of the line S10 Plus is going to come with 12 gigabytes of RAM with one terabyte of storage, which is absolutely insane, and this is going to be retailing for around 1500 euros.
This is the version that’s going to come in the ceramic options and how these prices translate to British pounds and US dollars, you can do the math here as well, just bear in mind the differences in taxes, et cetera.
And the devices are likely to go on sale shortly after the official announcement. There is also a bonus rumor, and that is that we should be having a special edition S10, that’s going to be supporting 5G. This may be announced at MWC, but will be coming at a later stage. And that’s everything that we know about the new Samsung Galaxy S10.So pretty much everything has now been revealed. What do you guys think of the S10s? Definitely drop me a comment below, and let me know your thoughts. As soon as the devices are out, of course we’re going to be having lots of SuperSaf style coverage. If you want to make sure you see all of that first and don’t miss anything, then do subscribe and hit that bell icon. I hope you enjoyed this video and found it useful. If you did, then do hit that thumbs up button for me. Thanks for watching, this is Saf on Supersaver TV, and I’ll see you next time.