Samsung's new smartphone doesn't have a headphone jack

Samsung's new smartphone doesn't have a headphone jack

Samsung's new smartphone doesn't have a headphone jack

As previous leaks have indicated, Samsung is developing the new flagship under the codename Beyond. We'll keep hearing about the Samsung Galaxy S10 between now and the week of its official unveiling, which is in February at the Mobile World Congress 2019. Now, courtesy of information obtained by Gizmodo UK, we may finally have details regarding the S10's release date, price, and storage capacity.

The phone will be available for preorder from that date, and will then be released on Friday the 8th of March.

You're now probably wondering how much you'll have to pony up for Samsung's next big thing. For the Galaxy S10 Lite, it speaks of 740 euros for 128 Gb of storage and a slab OLED 5.8 inches. The Galaxy S10 Lite is expected to cost £669 ($846) of 128GB storage, Galaxy S10 to cost £799 ($1,011) and £999 ($1,264) for 128GB and 512GB storage respectively. The Samsung Galaxy A8s is perhaps the first one from the company to come without a 3.5mm headphone jack.

It's worth noting that while this pricing may be accurate for the United Kingdom, converting the price into your own currency won't necessarily give you the cost for your own country.

A new report claims to know the exact launch and release date of the Galaxy S10 phones, along with the United Kingdom pricing.

The first two variants are seen to sport a triple camera setup at the back, while the Galaxy S10+ variant is seen to sport quad cameras at the back.

The phone also features three cameras and a relatively sizeable battery, but the phone's main feature is that unique display with a small hole punched out of the top, something Samsung is calling the "Infinity-O" display.

Earlier rumours of a "supersized" phone with six cameras and a 6.7-inch display were not mentioned by Gizmodo's source.

Hence Samsung will not have any access to the data and the user will be in full control of his data. He adds that there could be three rear cameras (standard, wide and telephoto).

The Galaxy S10 is highly likely to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855, the next-generation AP after the Snapdragon 845. However, people weren't so sure about the other variants but just moments ago there was a leak that sheds more light on S10 Camera Configurations for all variants. MWC 2019 will take place from 25 to 28 February.

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