The Samsung Galaxy S10 comes out in less than a month. Samsung will launch the highly anticipated Galaxy S10 lineup of smartphones. The upcoming devices will have revolutionary features. Evan Blass posted a lot of important information about the phones on social media.

Galaxy 10 leaked image

The Galaxy 10 leaked image is a promotional image, that the cover manufacturer will use after the official presentation of the devices, but it is obviously not the silicone accessory that is important. The image, in fact, confirms that Galaxy S10E will have a double rear camera, unlike the older brothers S10 and S10 + [VIDEO], which will have one with three lenses instead.

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In support of the image shared by Blass comes a very rich leak of the AllAboutSamsung site, which posted the rumored photos of Samsung's new smartphones. And If the leak of design news is not enough, SamMobile and Ben Geskin have also revealed a new software side, namely the Samsung Blockchain KeyStore application, which is nothing but a wallet dedicated to the management of cryptocurrencies.

Another detail, perhaps not very visible at a first glance, is the hole in the display.

This is the most important innovation in terms of design ( Infinity-O ) of Samsung's upcoming smartphone. The hole, questionable or not, is necessary to make room for the front camera and any sensors used for face recognition. The only one with a double hole is the Plus model. According to BGR, the Galaxy S10+ is going to be an absolute beast of a smartphone. It’ll feature a massive 6.4-inch display with tiny little bezels around three sides and a slightly thicker bezel underneath. The dual selfie cameras will be found in an oblong hole cut out of the top-right corner of the phone, while the fingerprint sensor will be embedded beneath the screen inside the phone.

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Recently, Slashleaks published an image of what is believed to be the battery charger for the upcoming Galaxy S10. At first blush, it might not mean much, but when you look at the information on the charger, it reveals that it supports 12V/2.1A charging, in addition to 9V and 5V charging. In other words, the charger, which is codenamed TA300, will allow for charging at 25.2W, reports TomsGuide.

What will be the surprises of the Unpacked 2019 event of 20 February? Few those related to the Galaxy S10, the same can not be said for the expected folding smartphone, shown for the first time in November, at an event dedicated to developers.

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