Written byMudit Dube ·
Samsung will unveil its tenth-anniversary edition Galaxy S10 flagships on February 20.
And in the run-up to the much-awaited event, an alleged Galaxy S10 teaser video was leaked online, confirming the launch of the upcoming models in February.
Separately, the Galaxy S10 lineup was spotted on a certification site, giving away the battery details of all the three S10 models.
Here's everything we know.
Anatel, Brazil's National telecom agency has reportedly certified the S10 flagships by their model names and battery sizes.
According to the listing, S10 Lite (EB-BG970ABU), S10 (EB-BG973ABU), and S10+ (EB-BG975ABU) will come with 3,000mAh, 3,300mAh, and 4,000mAh batteries, respectively.
Notably, these details nearly match the battery specifications previously leaked by reputed tipster @IceUniverse.
Up front, both the S10 and S10+ will feature curved Infinity-O displays with a single front camera on the former and a pill-shaped dual camera on the latter.
Further, both phones will have a horizontally-stacked triple rear-camera, USB Type-C port, and a headphone jack.
Moreover, they were seen without a physical fingerprint scanner, confirming previous speculations of an in-screen fingerprint sensor are correct.
As per the leaked live images, the S10 seems to have a marginally thicker bottom bezel than the Galaxy S10+.
Hence, we expect the Plus model to offer a slightly higher screen to body ratio than the regular S10.
Moreover, an earlier leak claimed that both phones will come in black, white, yellow and green colors with a gradient finish on some options.
According to previous reports, the Galaxy S10 and S10+ variants will feature 6.11-inch and 6.44-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-O displays with curved edges, QHD+ resolution and 19:9 aspect ratio, respectively.
Further, the cheaper S10 Lite model will feature a flat 5.75-inch Infinity-O display with 18.5:9 aspect ratio, QHD resolution, and possibly a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Samsung's upcoming flagships will be powered by the latest mobile chipsets available. Hence, depending on markets, all Galaxy S10 models should come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820.
Moreover, the S10-series will also debut the recently announced Android Pie-based One UI.
And, Gizmodo UK previously claimed that S10 will offer Powershare - a reverse wireless charging feature (similar to Huawei Mate 20 Pro).
The Galaxy S10 Lite will come with 128GB storage and cost £669 (Rs. 60,710).
The S10 will be offered in 128GB and 512GB storage options at £799 (Rs. 75,510) and £999 (Rs. 90,655), respectively.
The S10 Plus will arrive in 128GB, 512GB and 1TB storage options and they will retail at £899 (Rs. 81,580), £1,099 (Rs. 99,730), and £1,399 (Rs. 1,26,956), respectively.
The S10-series will be unveiled at a Samsung Unpacked event on February 20 - just five days ahead of the Mobile World Congress 2019 event. Moreover, all variants will reportedly be available for pre-orders after the event and will go on sale starting March 8.
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