Following a plethora of leaks and rumors, Samsung has officially introduced its Galaxy S10 line, which includes the standard Galaxy S10, the higher-end Galaxy S10+, and the lower-end Galaxy S10e. The specs of each phone was accurately leaked a week ahead of their official unveiling.
Each phone features a Dynamic AMOLED HDR+ Infinity O display and a 12-megapixel back camera with a super fast f1.5 aperture on its wide-angle lens. The S10 specifically is able to easily charge Qi-certified smartphone devices and even compatible wearable devices with its Wireless PowerShare feature. It’s even capable of charging itself and a second device simultaneously. The Galaxy S10 is also Wi-Fi 613 enabled — the technology will prioritize usage and provides four times faster access14 data over other users, particularly in populated areas.
The Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e will be available in Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Blue, and Flamingo Pink. The Galaxy S10+ will also be available in two, all-new, premium Ceramic models: Ceramic Black and Ceramic White.
Pricing starts at $899.99 USD for the Galaxy S10, $999.99 USD for the Galaxy S10+, and $749.99 USD for Galaxy S10e for both carrier and unlocked versions. Each model will be available with AT&T, Spectrum Mobile, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless and Xfinity Mobile in stores and online beginning March 8, 2019.
In related news, Samsung is opening its first retail stores in the United States.
— Jason Hiner (@jasonhiner) February 20, 2019