Samsung Galaxy S10 Official Public Teaser Out : 4K Selfie Camera, Reverse Wireless Charging


Samsung Galaxy S10 Official Public Teaser Out : 4K Selfie Camera, Reverse Wireless Charging

Samsung galaxy S10 is all set to launch in Galaxy Unpack Event scheduled for 20th of February. Samsung has now officially teased some of the highlighting features of upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10.

The official Youtube Channel of Samsung Vietnam has published three videos which highlights some of the key features of the upcoming smartphone from Samsung. According to the teased video, it reveals the absence of all display notch design and presence of in-display fingerprint sensor which is based on ultrasonic technology. Apart from these a couple of documents featureing the specification of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e have also surfaced on the internet.

In these videos Samsung has highlighted that they are not going to follow the notch display tradition, the will be launching some new design display which will not come with any type of notch, and there will be presence of In-display fingerprint sensor. But the rumors says that the Samsung galaxy S10e which will be lowest priced version of the Samsung Galaxy S10 may have the traditional finger[rint sensor on one of its side or might be at the rear panel.

The next video pulls the attention towards the selfie camera of the Galaxy S10 and title of the video mentions 4K, which clearly indicates that the video wants to say that there will be a presence of front camera which will support 4K video recording with optical image stabilization.

The last video as for now indicated about the battery charging support, the video points out wireless charging support on the Galaxy S10 models. Some recent reports also suggest that the handset could have fast wireless charging support and might come with reverse charging support like Huawei Mate 20 Pro.


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