The Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e will be introduced later this month. An insider reports that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus thinner than its predecessor, while the battery is considerably larger.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is thinner
The tasty Ice Universe, which often has information about unannounced Samsung smartphones, reports that the Galaxy S10 Plus is thinner than its predecessor. That is striking because in that thinner housing is a much larger battery. For comparison: the battery capacity of the Galaxy S9 Plus is 3500 mAh, the S10 Plus has, according to the latest rumors, a much larger battery of 4100 mAh.
The Galaxy S10 Plus would be 7.8 millimeters thin, while the S9 Plus has a thickness of 8.5 millimeters. In addition to the larger battery, the S10 Plus still has a headphone connection. For some manufacturers, this was (and is) a reason to delete this port correctly. However, Samsung is one of the few companies that does not want to omit the 3.5-millimeter jack on its high-end smartphones.
What we know about the Galaxy S10 Plus
Furthermore, the Galaxy S10 Plus announced on February 20 at an event in San Francisco, has an Exynos 9820 chip with standard 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage. At the back, just like the regular Galaxy S10, there is a triple camera. At the front are two lenses, processed in a camera magnet on the right top of the screen. Incidentally, that display measures 6.4 inches.
The 4100 mAh battery can be charged quickly and there is also support for wireless charging. The latter would also work in reverse, allowing you to recharge other smartphones by placing them on the back of the S10 Plus. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus reportedly costs 999 euros in the United States. The smaller and ‘normal’ Galaxy S10 costs 899 euros, while the Galaxy S10ewill soon be sold for 749 euro