Specs are never final until they’re final, but we thought we had a pretty darn good idea about what the Galaxy S10e, the S10 and the S10+ would have in store for us based on all the leaks.
Well, it turns out that we’ve gotten close, but no cigar. GSMArena has obtained spec sheets from within one of Samsung’s retail channels.
There are few key points of difference from what we’ve already reported. The display on the Galaxy S10+, for example, is labeled here as 6.3 inches and not 6.4 inches, though that could be a rounding error. The battery capacities for the Beyond0 or S10e, Beyond1 or S10 and Beyond2 or S10+ have also been finalized from previous estimates. Finally, it looks as though the S10e will indeed be getting a second memory configuration with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The other two devices will see their second tiers boosted with 512GB of storage instead — expect the price gulf to also be boosted as well.
The paper also gives us some marketing, too. For example, the 10-megapixel front-facing camera will be the world’s first dedicated unit to record 4K selfie video.
The 960fps Super Slow-motion video capture feature has been improved from the Galaxy Note 9 with two recording modes — presumably 720p and 1080p resolutions — at up to 0.8 seconds and 0.4 seconds, respectively.
AKG-branded earphones will be provided in the box with devices which will also have AKG-tuned speakers with Dolby Atmos sound.
Finally, we get an idea on how colors and finishes will be distributed: Prism White, Prism Green and Prism Black will be the main colors for all models. The S10e will get an exclusive Canary Yellow hue. The S10+ with 12GB of RAM and a terabyte of storage will have Luxurious Ceramic finishes in either black or white colors — rare to say that white will be a rarity itself.
All that said, there’s much here that affirms what we already know: a punch=hole display for the selfie cameras to slot in, a side-planted fingerprint sensor for the S10e, an in-display unit for S10 and S10+ units and a whole ton more.