We are Only a day away from Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked launch Occasion in Which the Galaxy S10 series will make its grand debut, However there is no stopping the torrent of leaks.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 has yet again surfaced on line in an alleged hands-on movie together with the Galaxy S10+, giving us a glimpse of the design as well as the Galaxy Buds. Moreover, official and third-party protective cases which will allegedly work with the Galaxy S10’s in-display fingerprint detector have also been leaked. Also, alleged renders of those official protective cases such as its Galaxy S10 series have also been leaked.
Starting with the hands on clip, it’s claimed to be a preview movie detailing the Galaxy S10 along with the Galaxy S10+ that has now been eliminated. The movie reportedly showcased the complete design of the smartphones and talked about their imaging hardware. Interestingly, the video also allegedly revealed the smartphones will probably come with support for reverse wireless charging and among these was revealed consuming the Galaxy Buds’ battery stored on the smartphone’s back panel whilst still in the case. While the Galaxy S10+ seemed apparently appeared in a hands-on movie a few days ago, the newest leak marks the first time that the Galaxy Buds have been seen in action.
Furthermore, multiple leaves of what’s promised to be official protective cases for its Galaxy S10 trio also have surfaced online. Another set of leaves claiming to depict the official Samsung Covers for the Galaxy S10 have also surfaced online and they reveal multiple designs and colour choices.
Official Samsung Galaxy S10 covers will come in a variety of colors and designsPhoto Credit: DroidShout
Speaking about the organization’s official merchandise merchandise, Samsung will reportedly offer you an LED cover, LED View cover, Silicon cover, protective standing cover, leather cover, Clear View cover, and display protector for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e, along with also the Galaxy S10+ in a variety of colours. Moreover, clear covers and routine covers will also be made accessible, according to a comprehensive leak from DroidShout. Tipster Ishan Agarwal has also contributed a couple of leaves which claim to reveal official marketing images of the Samsung Galaxy S10+, wirelessly charging the Galaxy Buds. The leaves reveal the Galaxy S10 buds in white colour in a charging case flaunting exactly the exact same shade, contrary to the leaked hands on video which depicts them .
Samsung’s official screen protectors will operate fine using all the in-display fingerprint sensorPhoto Credit: Twitter/ Roland Quandt
Well, it appears at Samsung will market official screen protectors for the Galaxy S10 trio that won’t pose any functional issues as far as the in-display fingerprint detector is concerned. Alleged images of Samsung’s official screen protectors for the upcoming flagship smartphones has also popped up on the internet, because of some tweet by WinFuture’s Roland Quandt.
But in addition to Samsung, third-party screen protectors for the Galaxy S10 series which will work good with the in-display fingerprint sensor will reportedly also be made accessible. The Dome Glass, a tempered glass screen protector from a company called Whitestone, will allegedly do the job just fine with the in-display fingerprint sensor, as a result of not having air gaps that impede the authentication procedure.
The WhiteStone Dome Glass has reportedly been licensed by SamsungPhoto Credit: DroidLife
The business asserts that it has implemented the Liquid Optically Clear Adhesive (LOCA) technologies to take out the air openings and create the Dome glass work perfectly together with the Galaxy S10’s in-display fingerprint detector. In addition, the Whitestone Dome Glass is also claimed are the sole tempered glass accepted as a spouse for its Samsung Mobile Accessory Partnership Program (SMAPP). However, the list for the tempered glass has been eliminated from the Whitestone website.
Last, Samsung is allegedly additionally holding Galaxy S10 preview occasions across multiple Indian cities on February 21 after the Galaxy Unpacked event scheduled for tomorrow. There’s no registration protocol and anybody in the neighborhood of the trailer event can get to go through the flagship smart phones, the report adds.