It’s the time of the year again! South Korean smartphone giant Samsung has released the newest line off its Galaxy series, the promising Galaxy S10 lineup, during the Unpacked event in San Francisco, California. Here are a few things you first need to know about Samsung’s latest flagship smartphones.
A whole new Galaxy
Yes, the rumors are true. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is pushing the envelope in smartphone performance and power. For the first time in Samsung history, three new variants will lead the onslaught: the Galaxy S10 (with 6.1-inch display), Galaxy S10+ (6.4 inches), and more affordable Galaxy S10e (5.8 inches). Bannering all-new design, true vision multi-camera, intelligent performance, and the next gen wireless charging, the 10th-anniversary edition of the Galaxy promises to redefine the flagship experience.
Here is what you should know about the Samsung Galaxy S10’s True Vision Multi-Camera System: it boasts an impressive array of easily-accessible capabilities at your disposal. All three models feature 16MP ultra-wide, 123-degree rear full-frame lens, and a 12MP wide, dual-aperture, dual-pixel OIS (optical image stabilizer) lens. The S10+ and S10 have an additional 12MP 45-degree telephoto, autofocus lens with OIS. On the front, the S10+ gets a 10MP main lens and 8MP depth lens which will allow artistic live focus effects. The S10 and S10e have the 10MP front-facing main lens.
Stay tuned for more details about the Samsung Galaxy S10 Series.