Samsung S10/S10+

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  1. hawpinghaxbag

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    S10 or the following, incl Note 10?
     
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    Not sure, didn't read, deleted now, I think it's BS anyways. He might be just thinking of new rumoured galaxy buds thinking there will be no jack.
     
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    It's that time of year again.

    Official Launch on Feb 20.

    Leaks specs and pics are around, i.e:

    - First phones with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC 7nm CPU.
    - The 855 CPU is branded "Kryo 485," and it pairs four semi-custom 2.42GHz Cortex A76 Cores with four 1.8GHz Cortex A55-based cores.
    - Galaxy S10 has a 6.1-inch 3040×1440 OLED display
    - Galaxy S10+ has a 6.4-inch 3040×1440 OLED display
    - (S9 was 147.7 x 68.7 x 8.5mm) S10 is going to be taller, wider, and thinner, at 149.9 x 71.6 x 8.1mm.
    - (S9+ was 158.1 x 73.8 x 8.5 mm) S10 Plus will be shorter, wider, and thinner, at 157.0 x 75.3 x 8.1mm.
    - Battery (up from 3000mAh on the S9) to 3400mAh on the S10
    - Battery (up from 3500mAh on the S9+) to 4100mAh on the S10+
    - S10 include a baseline of 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, an 8GB RAM/512GB storage version and a monster 12GB RAM/1TB of storage version of the S10+.
    - Both the S10 and S10+ will have three rear cameras, divided up into a 12-megapixel telephoto lens (at f/2.4), a 12-megapixel wide lens (f/1.5), and a 16-megapixel ultra-wide lens (f/2.2)
    - In-screen, ultrasonic fingerprint reader instead of rear scanner.
    - Wireless charging with reverse charging option to wirelessly charge accessories, etc.
    - Cheaper S10e version with reduced specs will also be coming.
    - Samsung is keeping the curved top and bottom bezels, as well as the sloping 3D glass sides, along with a dedicated Bixby button, USB-C charging port, and 3.5mm headphone jack

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  4. shino

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    I like bezels. should I upgrade from s7 edge?
     
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    Who?

    Phone looks good.
     
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    Phone does look good. The new cartooney icons looks cool
     
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    Icons are of course whatever you want them to be.
     
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    Couple of good improvements there.....fingerprint to the front and itself being a charging device for other devices :thumbup:

    Otherwise I assume everything else pretty much the same really.
     
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    really not sure how i feel about the hole punch display. i think id prefer a notch. or, what the S9/S9+ already do, which is have thin bezels!
     
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    Yeah I'm undecided about that one, think I prefer a cutout. But at the end of the day probably not a dealbreaker for me.
     
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    I'm after a S10 "no gimmicks".
    - No Edge
    - No hole / notch
    - FP on rear (the 'correct' location lol)
    - Same guts, camera and battery

    S10e is very close but the side FP reader will drive me batty, I don't give two sh1ts about a notch/hole and I really don't want an edge (does nothing for me, just makes screen protectors more expensive).

    But as a S9 user who does the 24 month upgrade cycle I'm not realistically a customer for this gen anyway lol
     
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    According to a news.com.au article:

    S10E - "Budget friendly" $1199
    S10 - $1349 for 128GB, $1699 for $512GB
    S10+ - $1,499 unknown size, $2399 for 1TB.

    I'm sorry, but LOL. $1100+ is now considered an entry level? Also, none of these are 5G capable - that will be a 4th model due later this year.
     
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    Up goes apple, up goes Samsung. More and more people will just go on plans rather than buy outright.
     
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    given all of this i reckon i might pull the trigger and order a snapdragon Galaxy S9 from eBay USA (once the prices drop a bit more to reflect the fact that it is now an officially superseded model). The S10e looks way too "budget" for an $1199 phone.

    Hopefully LG will come along this year with the G8 and will sell it for a decent price.
     
  19. hawpinghaxbag

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    Well it is an entry level flagship phone, not a J10
    Telstra are doing a 5g upgrade offer when the s10+ 5g is released.
    Im out and not really interested anyway, hello Mate 20 X
     
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