삼성 갤럭시 S10 : 뉴스, 소문, 출시일, 스펙 등
2019 년은 삼성 의 해 가 될 것 입니다.
삼성 갤럭시 S 폰은 언제나 우리가 매년 초창기에 기대할만한 흥미 로움을 선사합니다. 2019 년은 갤럭시 S의 첫 번째 기함이 발매 된 지 10 년이되는 해이다.
Galaxy S10에 대해 더 자세히 배우고 금년 2 월에 무엇을 기대할 수 있는지 알아 보려면 여기에서 알아야 할 모든 것이 있습니다.
최신 Galaxy S10 뉴스
2019 년 2 월 7 일 - 갤럭시 S10 +가 삼성 갤럭시 버드를 무선으로 충전 할 수 있습니다.
갤럭시 S10 시리즈 외에도, 삼성이 자사의 대형 풀 박스 (Unpacked) 행사를 통해 "갤럭시 버드 (Galaxy Buds)"라고 불리는 새로운 무선 이어 버드를 선보일 것이라는 불만이 있었다. 위의 렌더링은 갤럭시 버드를 처음 보았을뿐만 아니라 우리에게 갤럭시 S10 +와 연결할 수있는 단서를 제공합니다.
WinFuture 에 따르면 :
또한 갤럭시 S10 (Plus)에서 무선으로 충전 할 수있는 새로운 삼성 갤럭시 버드 (Samsung Galaxy Buds) 무선 헤드폰을 휴대 할 수있는 첫 번째 그림이 있습니다.
이 역방향 무선 충전이 Mate 20 Pro만큼 광범위하고 사실상 모든 장치에 무선 충전을 제공하거나 Galaxy Buds로만 제한되는지 여부는 분명하지 않습니다. 어느 쪽이든, 그것은 재미있는 파티 트릭과 이것이 합법적 인 것으로 판명되면 우리가 기다릴 수없는 것입니다.
2019 년 2 월 6 일 - 삼성 갤럭시 S10e가 새로운 누수에 대한 직접적인 치료를받습니다.
며칠 전에 갤럭시 S10e가 새어 나왔다가 자신에게 생각했다면 "오늘은 너의 행운의 날"이라고 더 멋지지만 더보고 싶다.
이번 최신 누수 에서는 장치 렌더링과 달리 실제 사진에서 S10e를 엿볼 수 있습니다. 휴대 전화 자체는 2 월 1 일 본 것과 똑같습니다. 디스플레이가 곡선이 아니며 전면을 향한 카메라의 오른쪽 구석에 카메라 컷 아웃이 있습니다.
S10e의 이름은 사진 중 하나의 전원 켜기 로고 화면으로 더욱 강화되며 삼성의 One UI가 휴대폰에서 어떻게 보이는지 알 수 있습니다.
이 이미지들은 갤럭시 S10e에서 당신을 더 흥분하게 만듭니다.
2019 년 2 월 1 일 - Samsung Galaxy S10e가 새로운 렌더링에서 완전히 공개되었습니다.
Yesterday, we got a look at official press renders of the Galaxy S10+. Now, we've got leaked renders of the Galaxy S10e (what we've previously been calling the Galaxy S10 Lite).
As seen in the renders, the S10e has a flat display with no curved edges unlike all past versions of the S9 and S8. There's also a hole-punch cutout in the top right corner for the front-facing camera, and according to WinFuture, we can expect the display to measure in at 5.8-inches.
On the back of the S10e is a glass back, and as the renders reveal, it'll be available in Pear White, Prisim Black, and Prism Green colorways.
We've also got dual rear cameras, physical Bixby button, a power button that'll double as a fingerprint sensor, and a 3,100 mAh battery.
According to this report, the Galaxy S10e with 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage is reported to cost €750. That's lower than the €779 price we previously heard, but it's still not cheap by any means.
January 31, 2019 — Official Galaxy S10+ press render reportedly leaks
We've seen concept designs, artist renders, and leaked hands-on photos of the Galaxy S10 series. Now, we have what's reportedly an official press render for the Galaxy S10+.
Like we've seen in other leaks, this render confirms a hole-punch cutout in the display for two front-facing cameras, three rear cameras, and a glass construction on the back. Past renders have suggested that we'd get four rear cameras, but if this is legit, Samsung will be sticking with just three.
The display's likely a Super AMOLED panel, and as you can see, is surrouded by very tiny bezels.
January 24, 2019 — Galaxy S10 and S10+ prototypes fully revealed in hands-on photos
After yesterday's bizarre Samsung Blockchain Keystore leak, we now have a new batch of hands-on photos courtesy of AllAboutSamsung. This leak showcases the Galaxy S10 and S10+, and while the devices shown here are technically prototypes, they look a lot like the final products we're expecting to see on February 20.
As we've seen from other leaks, both phones have large AMOLED displays with very small bezels all around. The S10 has a cutout in the top right corner to accommodate its single front-facing camera, whereas the S10+ has a larger cutout for two sensors.
Both phones also have three rear cameras, a USB-C port for charging, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
January 23, 2019 — Galaxy S10 leak reveals that Samsung's working on a cryptocurrency wallet
At this point in time, we've seen just about everything there is to see when it comes to Galaxy S10 leaks. Ben Geskin on Twitter recently shared a trio of new hands-on photos of the device, giving us yet another look at the phone's gorgeous AMOLED display with that iconic hole-punch cutout in the top-left.
However, what's really caught our eye is what's shown on the screen.
As you can see, the S10 in these photos is running an app called "Samsung Blockchain Keystore." Under the welcome text is a message that reads:
Samsung Blockchain KeyStore is a secure and convenient place for your cryptocurrency.
Yeah. Looks like the Galaxy S10 is going to come with a built-in crypto wallet.
Another photo shows that you can import an existing wallet if you already have one, or create a new one. A pop up shows that only Ethereum is supported, but we have to imagine that other currencies will be supported by release time.
Will a lot of people use Samsung Blockchain Keystore? Probably not. However, if Samsung does want to get in the crypto game, this seems like a much better idea than creating a phone that's based entirely around this stuff.
January 23, 2019 — New report claims the 5G Galaxy S10 could cost around $1,800
There's been a lot of speculation surrounding what Samsung's Galaxy S10 series will cost, and now thanks to a report from SamMobile, we have new numbers to possibly look forward to.
According to this report, the Galaxy S10 Lite will be the cheapest of the bunch with a price of €779 (possibly $799 USD), the regular S10 will cost €929 ($999 USD) and €1179 for the 6GB RAM/128GB storage and 8GB RAM/512GB storage models, respectively, and the Galaxy S10+ with go for €1049 ($1099 USD) and €1299 for its 6GB/128GB and 8GB/512GB models.
Lastly, for the special Galaxy S10 X with 5G, it's said that it could cost as much as €1599 — around $1,800 USD.
January 19, 2019 — S10 lineup's cameras, names, and sensors shine through Speck case render
The beauty — and curse — of clear cases is that you can see where all of the ports and buttons are instantly, and eagle-eyed enthusiasts might spot a few ports of interest here. The cutouts on bottom show a speaker, USB-C port, and headphone jack on all three models, and we've lightened the original image to improve the clarity of the camera configurations on the three models show.
If you look up towards the button configurations of, we also see one of these cases is not like the others. The Samsung Galaxy S10E — previously referred to as the S10 Lite — has a port opening where the S10 and S10+ have regular power buttons, lining up with the rumor that while the S10 and S10+ will have ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensors, the S10E will sport a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, possibly in the power button like many Sony phones have done in the past.
January 17, 2019 — Latest Galaxy S10+ leak shows off hole-punch cutout
The Galaxy S10 leaks are now coming in thick and fast. The latest leak via Reddit shows off what looks like a Galaxy S10+ in a security case. The graininess of the image prevents us from making too many observations, but what's clear is that the device will sport a hole-punch cutout on the right side of the display that houses the camera array.
According to a commenter, the phone in question is clad in Samsung's flip cover security case on to prevent identification, suggesting it could be a prototype unit.
January 16, 2019 — The Galaxy S10's in-display fingerprint sensor apparently won't work with screen protectors
We're expecting a lot of new tech with Samsung's Galaxy S10 phones, one of the biggest being a new type of in-display fingerprint sensor from Qualcomm that uses ultrasonic technology. The new sensor should be faster and more secure than other in-display sensors we've seen on other phones, but according to case manufacturer Armadillotek, it comes with a pretty big caveat.
Armadillotek says that it's used real Galaxy S10 devices and that, unfortunately, the new ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor is not compatible with screen protectors.
Screen protectors with other in-display sensors have worked just fine, but of course, they're not as fast or secure as we're expecting the S10's sensor to be.
Even so, if you can't use a screen protector on the Galaxy S10, will that be a deal breaker for you?
January 14, 2019 — Galaxy S10 X to launch with 5G and 5,000 mAh battery on March 29
With just a little over a month to go before Samsung unveils the Galaxy S10 series, a report from ET News sheds a lot of light on the highly anticipated 10th anniversary version of the phone that will now reportedly be called the Samsung Galaxy S10 X.
According to this report, the Galaxy S10 X will come equipped with a total of six cameras (four on the back, two on the front), a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display, an in-display fingerprint sensor, 1TB of internal storage, over 10GB of RAM, and a huge 5,000 mAh battery.
A lot of that has already been rumored, but ET News claims that the Galaxy S10 X's standout feature will be something called "Life Pattern":
The Galaxy S10 secret weapon is a 'life pattern' mode. The technology to automate the smartphone function based on the artificial intelligence (AI) based on consumer smartphone usage pattern is applied for the first time.
The 5G version of the Galaxy S10 X is said to be launching on March 29 with the LTE variant coming out in "early March." As for the Galaxy S10 Lite, S10, and S10+, it's noted that these will be available for purchase starting March 8.
January 10, 2019 — The Galaxy S10 will be announced on February 20!
With CES 2019 winding down, Samsung decided to end things with a bang by announcing its big press event for the Galaxy S10.
On February 20, 2019, in San Franciso, Samsung will hold its next Unpacked event where it'll finally unveil the long-awaited S10 series. That's just a few days before Mobile World Congress 2019 kicks off, indicating Samsung's pretty confident in the lineup and deeming it worthy of its own event.
January 7, 2019 — Sprint's 5G version of the Galaxy S10 to launch "in summer 2019"
5G is expected to be all the rage in 2019, and on that note, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is what we're anticipating to be one of the first phones to support the new, faster network. Today, Sprint announced that it plans on launching a 5G smartphone this coming summer.
Sprint today confirmed plans for an innovative, standards-based 5G smartphone expected to launch in summer 2019 from Samsung. Sprint customers will be among the first in the world to experience the incredible speed, reliability and mobility of 5G on this feature-rich handset.
While Sprint never mentions what Samsung phone it's referring to, it seems quite likely that the Galaxy S10 is the device in question. AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile have all already confirmed similar announcements, but this is the first time we've gotten anything more specific than just "2019."
That "summer" timeframe is later out in the year than when we usually see Samsung's Galaxy S-line released, suggesting that the 5G model could be launched later than its 4G LTE siblings.
January 5, 2019 — Possible battery sizes for the S10 series posted by Ice Universe
We're creeping closer and closer to the spring launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10, and while we've seen several leaks surrounding the screen sizes, the camera cutouts and the like, a new leak from Ice Universe features one of the most important specs in a smartphone: the size of the battery!
If you can't quite make out the scribbles on this photo, the claimed sizes for the S10 line are:
That battery on the S10 Lite is barely larger than the S9's 3,000 mAh battery, but the 4,000 mAh battery on the S10+ is a significant bump from the S9+'s 3,500 mAh capacity, bringing it up to match the Samsung Galaxy Note 9's 4,000 mAh battery. If you think that's going to translate to booming battery life, remember that the S10+ is projected to have a 6.4-inch screen — a bit taller than the Note 9.
We'll have to wait and see what hardware these batteries are powering, and what new optimizations Samsung is bringing to the table with their first phones launched on the newly overhauled Samsung One UI.
January 3, 2019 — Samsung Galaxy S10 shows up in hands-on photo
Following plenty of back-to-back renders and mockups of what the Galaxy S10 is expected to look like, we finally have our first hands-on picture of the phone that shows what it'll look like in person.
The image comes courtesy of Evan Blass and the phone shown in the picture is said to be the "Beyond 1" variant of the S10. Based on what we know so far, that means we're looking at the Galaxy S10 Lite. Compared to past renders we've seen, everything lines up nicely with slim bezels all around and a small hole-punch notch at the top right for the front-facing camera.
No other new details are revealed here, but it's still exciting to finally get a hands-on look at the device.
December 22, 2018 — Samsung Galaxy S10 may have a Night Sight-like "Bright Night" mode in the Samsung Camera app
The Night Sight feature that Google released on the Google Pixel 3 is an impressive feat of smartphone camera processing. It's little wonder that other manufacturers have already started rolling out similar features — like Nightscape on the OnePlus 6T — and honestly, I'm not shocked that new references in the Samsung Camera app reveal Samsung is hard at work on its own version of the feature. Honestly, I'd be shocked if it wasn't working on one.
The name "Bright Night", however, is a surprise, and if I could just send a last-minute wish to Santa, I'd ask if he could name it something else.
<string name="Title_bright_night">Bright night</string> <string name="smart_tips_bright_night_description"> Suggest mode to take bright pictures even in very dark conditions. </string> <string name="super_night_guide_capture"> Hold your phone steady. Taking picture. </string> <string name="super_night_guide_ready"> Brighten up this shot with Bright night. </string> <string name="bright_night_summary"> Take bright pictures even in very dark conditions </string> <string name="SM_NIGHT"> Night </string> <string name="SM_NIGHT_description"> Take multiple shots and combine them to get brighter, clearer pictures in low light without using the flash. </string> <string name="bright_night_summary"> Take bright pictures even in very dark conditions. </string>
These strings were found by XDA in the Samsung Camera app on the latest Note 9 One UI Beta update, which makes me wonder if the feature will be held until the release of the Galaxy S10 or if it will be released before then. After all, the next Samsung flagship isn't expected to be announced until February at the earliest, and that's a long time to make users wait for a camera feature that other users have been enjoying for two months already.
Whatever the case may be, these strings aren't attached to a live feature yet, so we'll have to wait and see when — and where — Bright Night arrives on Samsung phones. And if it arrives with that name, because hey, things can change in two months and Bright Night and Night Sight is a little on the nose, guys.
December 20, 2018 — T-Mobile is getting a 5G version of the Galaxy S10
The race to 5G is one of the fiercest competitions in the mobile industry right now, and in a blog post bad talking AT&T and Verizon's 5G efforts, T-Mobile quietly confirmed that it'll be getting a 5G version of the Galaxy S10 in 2019.
In a blog post titled 5G for Few vs 5G for All, T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray said the following:
Add to that all the hyperventilating both Verizon and AT&T did a couple weeks ago trying to lay claim to the first 5G phone – a phone ALL of us are working with this OEM to develop, and ALL of us are going to carry. That's right, T-Mobile is working on that phone too – and other 5G devices with other OEMs and chipset manufacturers.
"That phone" mentioned in the post is a Samsung one that was shown off at Qualcomm's Snapdragon Summit earlier in the month and is widely expected to be a version of the upcoming S10.
This news shouldn't come as much of a surprise, but it is nice to get confirmation from TMO that this is happening.
December 20, 2018 — Olixar's Galaxy S10 cases are already up for pre-order
The Galaxy S10 is set to debut at the end of February, but that isn't preventing accessory manufacturers from listing cases for the upcoming flagship. Olixar's range of cases for the Galaxy S10 are now up for pre-order at Mobile Fun, and they give us another look at the purported design of Samsung's 2019 flagship.
Based on the case renders, it looks like the Galaxy S10 will sport three cameras at the back, and the lack of a cutout for the fingerprint sensor suggests Samsung is going with an in-display solution. The bezels up front are also razor-thin, and hint at a punch-hole design for the front camera. If you've already made up your mind about the Galaxy S10, hit up the link below to get your hands on cases for the device. While the cases are very affordable at $10, know that you may have to shell out at least $1,000 for the phone.
December 12, 2018 — Samsung may announce the Galaxy S10 on Feb. 20, prices starting at $850
Ready for a big pile of Galaxy S10 details? I sure hope so, because thanks to a "major tech retailer" that spoke with Gizmodo UK, we've got quite a bit of new information to dive into.
The most interesting details to come out of Gizmodo's report has to do with pricing and availability for the S10 series. It's said that Samsung will hold an event on February 20 to unveil the phones, just five days before MWC 2019 will kick off in Barcelona. Pre-orders will apparently open that same day with the phones officially launching on March 8.
In regards to price, the 5.8-inch Galaxy S10 Lite will cost £669 in the UK ($850 in the U.S.) with the 6.1-inch Galaxy S10 costing at least £799/$1000 while the S10+ will go for £899/$1130. For the larger S10+, it's further noted that you'll be able to get as much as 1TB of internal storage for a grand-total of £1399/$1760.
The report further reiterates the presence of an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, Infinity-O style displays, and that a 5G version of the S10 will be available in "late Q2 at the earliest."
December 11, 2018 — This is what the Galaxy S10 Lite might look like
Just a few short days ago, new renders appeared to give us a closer look as to what we can likely expect from the Galaxy S10 and S10+. Today, another render has popped up — this time providing a glimpse of the lower-end Galaxy S10 Lite.
This latest render comes courtesy of Samsung tipster Ice Universe and reveals a phone that looks very similar to the regular S10. There's a camera hole-punch cutout at the far right corner, and while the bezels surrounding the display are very thin, they do appear to be slighter thicker than the S10 and S10+.
There's still no word as to how competitive Samsung's going to get with the S10 Lite's pricing, but if we can get a phone of this caliber around the $500 range, we could be in for something mighty special.
December 5, 2018 — New concept renders bring the Galaxy S10 into fuller focus
We're still a few months away from an S10 reveal at Mobile World Congress, but rumors and leaks are now turning into concept renders. And while these from Ben Geskin are certainly problematic and theoretical, they're an interesting look at what the front and back of the new phones could look like.
Indeed, it's interesting that in avoiding the notch and introducing a "hole punch" in the screen to accommodate the front-facing cameras, Samsung's so-called "Infinity-O" displays could be among the more controversial designs of 2019.
While there's nothing definitive in these renders to say that they'll turn out to be what the S10 series looks like, it's clear that Samsung's status quo is disappearing and that it, too, will move towards a more modern, full-screen design in 2019.
What do you think?
November 20, 2018 — Samsung's ten-year anniversary Galaxy S10 rumored to have six cameras and support 5G
If you've been following the Galaxy S10 rumor mill, you'll know that we've been anticipating three different models — including the Beyond 1, Beyond 2, and Beyond 3. Now, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal, Samsung's working on a fourth variant that's codenamed as "Beyond X."
While Beyond 1, 2 and 3 are expected to be released in February, Beyond X won't come out until later in the spring. It'll be marketed as a special 10-year anniversary celebration of Samsung's Galaxy S series, with two of the highlights being 5G connectivity and a total of six cameras (four on the back and two on the front). This combo will reportedly allow for "richer photos and better spatial perception." The screen will also be quite massive at 6.7-inches.
Should this turn out to be true, Samsung will have a very busy 2019. As of right now, its current lineup is set to include four variants of the Galaxy S10, the Note 10, and its upcoming foldable phone.
November 13, 2018 — Samsung Galaxy S10 to have an off-center notch for the selfie camera
During Samsung's developer conference on November 7, one announcement that the company seemed to rush through was a new lineup of Infinity Displays that are coming to future smartphones. In addition to the Infinity Flex panel, we were also introduced to Infinity-U, Infinity-V, and Infinity-O. According to a couple new leaks, the Galaxy S10 will ship with the Infinity-O style screen.
What exactly does that mean? While Infinity-U and Infinity-V are more traditional notched displays, Infinity-O has an off-center camera cutout near the left corner of the screen rather than a dip in the top middle. Evan Blass recently confirmed that the S10 will ship with this kind of display, and shortly after that, Ice Universe shared the above picture on Twitter, which has since been deleted.
It's unclear if the device in the photo is the S10 or a prototype showing off the Infinity-O display, but either way, it gives us an idea of how the front of the S10 will look.
In addition to this, Blass also reiterated a few Galaxy S10 features we were already expecting:
What do you think about the S10's take on the notch?
November 1, 2018 — Galaxy S10 to drop iris scanning in favor of in-display fingerprint sensor
It's been a hot minute since we had an update on the Galaxy S10, but that's changing today thanks to a series of tweets from trustworthy Samsung tipster Ice Universe.
As you can see from the above tweet, Samsung will apparently completely drop iris scanning on the Galaxy S10 and instead have its ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor tech be the main form of biometric authentication.
Ice Universe goes on to say that the ultrasonic sensor will be faster than optical in-display sensors like we see on the OnePlus 6T and have a larger surface area (possibly up to 30% of the entire display).
Furthermore, it's noted that the ultrasonic tech (that's being sourced from Qualcomm) will be exclusive to Samsung phones for at least half a year.
July 20, 2018 — The Galaxy S10+ might be the last Plus model for the Galaxy S series
This year's Galaxy S lineup is expected to be one of the biggest ever with three different S10 models being released at the same time, but according to a new report from The Bell, that could be changing next year.
For the past couple of years, Samsung's released one regular Galaxy S phone and then a larger Plus model alongside it. That'll continue with the S10 series, but after that, it's said that Samsung will simply get rid of the Plus variant as it already overlaps the Galaxy Note line so much.
This move is reportedly being made to "defeat profitability deterioration caused by the saturation of the smartphone market."
What's your take on this?
July 16, 2018 — New report says Samsung will use Qualcomm's in-display fingerprint sensor tech for the S10, Note 10, and more
We've already been expecting Samsung to introduce an in-display fingerprint sensor with the S10 series for some time, but thanks to a new report from Ming Chi Kuo at TF Securities, we now have specifics as to what kind of tech will be used for this system.
We expect Samsung will promote the ultrasonic FOD aggressively starting from 2019. Shipments of models equipped with this function are likely to reach 60mn units; specifically, the high-end S10 models.
Furthermore, Kuo goes on to say that this technology will also be present in "the most high-end model of the A series" as well as the Galaxy Note 10.
These ultrasonic sensors are developed by Qualcomm, and unlike optical ones from Synaptics, can even measure things like your heart-rate and current blood flow.
July 6, 2018 — The three S10 models will use a mixture of side-mounted and in-display fingerprint sensors
Late last month, a report came out suggesting that Samsung will release three different models of the Galaxy S10 — including Beyond 0, Beyond 1, and Beyond 2. Now, according to reliable Samsung tipster Ice Universe, we have new details on how the fingerprint sensor situation will be handled.
For Beyond 0, the cheapest of the three models, there will be "side fingerprints. "Although we don't know for sure, this will likely be similar to the fingerprint sensor found on the Moto Z3 Play. As for the Beyond 1 and Beyond 2, it's noted that we'll see in-display fingerprint sensors.
Lastly, Ice Universe also confirms that Beyond 0 and 1 will have dual rear cameras while Beyond 2 will offer a triple camera setup.
July 5, 2018 — Samsung may announce the Galaxy S10 afterthe Galaxy X
Here's something we weren't expecting. According to reliable tipster Ice Universe on Twitter, Samsung will announce the Galaxy S10 during Mobile World Congress 2019 in February. While that isn't out of the ordinary for Galaxy S phones, what Samsung might do just a month earlier is.
In January at CES, we'll officially be introduced to the long-awaited Galaxy X. This is the foldable phone we've been hearing about for years, and should this turn out to be true, this would probably allow Samsung to easily dominate the first half of next year.
June 27, 2018 — ISOCELL Plus technology could result in big camera improvements for the S10
Samsung's long been one of the top players when it comes to smartphone cameras, and on June 27, the company announced its latest innovation in mobile photography — ISOCELL Plus.
ISOCELL Plus can capture considerably more light than Samsung's traditional ISOCELL sensors (first introduced in 2013), with Samsung touting as much as 15% greater light sensitivity. Perhaps even more impressive, Samsung notes that ISOCELL Plus "also enables image sensors to equip 0.8-micrometer (µm) and smaller-sized pixels without any loss in performance, making it an optimal solution for developing super-resolution cameras with over 20 megapixels.
It's not explicitly said that ISOCELL Plus will be present on the Galaxy S10, but I'd be surprised if Samsung didn't include it on next year's phone.
June 25, 2018 — Samsung to release three S10 models, introduce a triple camera system, and swap out iris scanning for an in-display fingerprint sensor
What a news dump today turned out to be for Galaxy S10 rumors!
Jumping right into things, a report from The Electronic Times claims that Samsung will launch not one, not two, but three different models of the S10. The most affordable of the bunch, codenamed Beyond 0, will reportedly ship with a 5.8-inch display that's completely flat. Beyond 1, the mid-tier option, will also use a 5.8-inch screen but feature curves similar to what's found on the S9.
The star of the show, Beyond 3, will boast a large 6.2-inch curved display and feature three cameras on the back — something we've never seen from Samsung before.
모든 중요한 세부 사항들
삼성은 얼마나 많은 버전을 출시 할 예정입니까?
지난 4 년 동안 삼성은 일반적으로 갤럭시 S 시리즈의 두 가지 모델을 출시했습니다.
삼성은 2019 년 갤럭시 S10에서 코드 네임 1, 2, 3, X 이외의 네 가지 모델을 출시함으로써 수식을 크게 바꿀 것으로 예상된다.
1을 넘어서고 2를 넘어서는 것은 구형 S 기함과 유사 할 것이고, 다른 기종은 삼성의 상징적 인 곡선 형 디스플레이를가집니다. 3을 넘어 한판 승부, 뒤쪽에 대형 스크린과 트리플 카메라 시스템을 제공 할 것으로 예상됩니다. 모든 의도와 목적을 위해, 우리는 이것이 Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10 및 Galaxy S10 +가 될 것으로 기대합니다.
X를 넘어서는 특별한 10 주년 기념 휴대 전화도 있는데, 1 월 14 일 현재 갤럭시 S10 X라고합니다.
S10 X는 인공 지능을 사용하여 특정 기능을 자동으로 사용하는 "라이프 패턴"모드 외에도 업그레이드 된 사양이 특징입니다. 이것은 5G 연결을 지원할 Galaxy S10 라인업의 유일한 핸드셋이기도합니다.
Galaxy S10 시리즈는 어떻게 생겼을까요?
삼성이 공식적으로 발표하기 전에 갤럭시 S10 디바이스가 어떻게 보이는지 분명하게 말할 수는 없지만, 누출, 소문 및 렌더링은 우리에게 무엇을 기대해야하는지에 대한 좋은 아이디어를 제공했다.
위의 렌더링은 Ben Geskin 에서 나온 것으로 Galaxy S10, S10 및 S10 +가 어떻게 보이는지 보여줍니다.
당신이 전화기의 상단에 전통적인 노치를 찾지는 못하지만, 전면을 향한 카메라를 수용하기 위해 오른쪽 상단 모서리에 구멍 펀치 컷 아웃이 있습니다. S10 Lite와 S10에는이 중 하나가 있지만 S10 +에서는 두 개의 렌즈를 볼 수 있습니다.
또한 글래스 백, 충전 용 USB-C, 3.5mm 헤드폰 잭이 예상된다.
어떤 종류의 사양을 기대합니까?
Galaxy S10 시리즈의 많은 사양은 여전히 공중에 올라 있지만, 그렇다고하더라도 우리가 기대할 수있는 확신이있는 것들이 몇 가지 있습니다.
아래 사양 목록은 최신 뉴스 및 소문을 기반으로하므로 소금 한 알씩 가져 가십시오.
|범주||갤럭시 S10 라이트||갤럭시 S10||갤럭시 S10 +|
|운영 체제||Android 9 파이 |
|Android 9 파이 |
|Android 9 파이 |
|디스플레이||5.8 인치 |
|6.1 인치 |
|6.44 인치 |
슈퍼 아몰 레드
Snapdragon 855 또는 Exynos 9820
Snapdragon 855 또는 Exynos 9820
Snapdragon 855 또는 Exynos 9820
|배터리||3,100 mAh||3,500 mAh||4,000 mAh|
Galaxy S10 X와 관련하여 우리는 6.7 인치 Super AMOLED 디스플레이, 4 개의 후면 카메라 + 2 개의 전면 카메라, 5,000 mAh 배터리, 10GB RAM 이상 및 1TB 내부 저장 장치를 기대합니다.
전화가 언제 풀려나나요?
아마도 가장 큰 질문은 "언제 갤럭시 S10을 살 수 있을까요?"입니다.
1 월 10 일, 삼성은 공식적으로 San Franciso에서 2019 년 2 월 20 일에 S10 시리즈를 발표하는 Unpacked 이벤트를 개최 할 것이라고 확인했습니다.
삼성 전자는 모바일 월드 콩그레스에서 휴대폰을 발표 할 예정 이었으나, 전시회가 시작되기 1 주일 만에 개최되는이 행사를 통해 삼성은 새로운 휴대폰 배치가 독자적인 독립형 행사에 합당한 것으로 자신하고있다.
2 월 20 일 이벤트에 이어, 한 보고서에 따르면 3 월 29 일에 출시 될 5G 가능 갤럭시 S10 X로 3 월 8 일부터 갤럭시 S10 Lite, S10 및 S10 +를 구매할 수 있습니다.
S10 비용은 얼마입니까?
같은 기즈모 위에 언급 된 보고서는 또한 우리는 다양한 S10 단말기에 대해 지불 할 것으로 예상 할 수있는 금액에 대한 몇 가지 빛을 흘렸다.
어쩌면 기대할 수있는 것은 다음과 같습니다.
위의 가격은 128GB의 저장 용량이있는 모델의 가격입니다. S10은 512GB 모델에서도 사용할 수 있으며 £ 999 / $ 1250에 판매 될 예정입니다. S10 +는 512GB와 1TB 모델로 판매되며, 각각 1099 달러, 1390 파운드, 1399 파운드 / 1760 파운드에 판매 될 예정입니다.
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