Samsung to implement reverse wireless charging to the upcoming Galaxy S10 series


The Galaxy S10 will include a single display camera hole in the top-right corner, while the Galaxy S10 will include two such holes which will be connected as part of one unit. We now have even more info on the Galaxy S10 and S10+, tipped to us by an anonymous source. Rs 1,28,000). One of the starting points for these price rumours could have been the Chinese foldable phone FlexPai, which is being sold at around $1,800 and expected to ship later this year. Both phones feature a curved display on the side, while you will notice that the power / lock key sits on the right-hand side of both phones.

This isn't the only new Samsung Galaxy S10 news though, as elsewhere SamMobile claims to have discovered the colors that the range will be offered in. However, this raised some questions about the Galaxy S10, which is also expected to feature an Infinity O display.

Well, now we seem to have some actual facts. If this will be the lens setup then it is entirely different from the Samsung Galaxy S9's layout, which was two cameras placed on the back vertically, with a fingerprint sensor under this and a flash to the right.

Upcoming Galaxy S10 already has a lot of surprising stuff up its sleeve. Here is all the latest information about the S10 and S10+ phones.

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How long the Flex lasts will also depend on what hardware Samsung packs in, and of course what you use it for. Be it a shiny dual tone reflective back, or slapping of four cameras at the back on the recent Galaxy A9, Samsung has taken up to experimenting. The Galaxy S10+, on the other hand, is reported with 157.7mm height and 75mm width.

Alongside its 12GB of RAM, the premium S10 unit will feature a 6.7-inch QHD+ AMOLED display, a ceramic backplate and 5G.

Contrary to previous rumors, all Galaxy S10 models are likely to retain everyone's favorite 3.5mm headphone jack.