Only a few days away, Samsung will introduce their latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S10. As before, the leak about the device was even more audible.
This time, turn details about the front of the device that is open. One of them is how big the camera sensor is.
South Korean companies will embed a front camera with a 10MP sensor.When compared to the previous device, the Galaxy S9 only has an 8MP sensor, not a significant increase.
By using this sensor, users can record videos very well. This is because the Galaxy S10 can record video at 4K resolution, combined with optical image stabilization technology, aka OIS.
Not to forget, Wccftech (8/2/2019) reports, the addition of video capture feature capabilities is slow not to be missed. Users can now capture videos at speeds of 0.4 to 0.8 seconds.
There is also a leak about the battery capacity of this device.They will embed a battery with a capacity of 4,100mAh. This battery is quite large, considering the S9 series has a battery of only 3,000 mAh, while the S9 + has a 3.500mAh battery.
Back in the future, there are now more and more rumors stating that Samsung will implement a fingerprint reader below the screen, and the front glass display is full of holes for other cameras and sensors.
Touch 3D technology is also pinned by Samsung. Users will be able to wake up the phone when they tap the screen. This device is rumored to be introduced on February 20.