It is little more than a week for the Samsung Galaxy S10 to come to light officially and the leaks are increasingly evident. On this occasion, we are facing the confirmation of a series of key features that have taken place. Thanks to the publication of the official videos from Samsung Vietnam. Specifications such as the on-screen fingerprint reader, the reverse wireless charging and the internal 4K camera with image stabilization.
Official videos confirm the front camera, the fingerprint sensor and the reverse charge of the Galaxy S10
A recent publication of Samsung Vietnam on its YouTube channel has confirmed some of the essential features of the new Samsung Galaxy S10. We are talking about some teasers with which we can assure some of the aspects that remained unknown by the new top of the range of the South Korean company. The first video deals with the Galaxy S10’s ability to charge other devices wirelessly through the reverse wireless charging system. In addition, the latest information indicates that the top of the South Korean range will have the fastest fast load in the history of the company.
In the following video, Samsung confirms the integration of the fingerprint sensor on the screen, which seems to indicate that it is based on ultrasonic technology. That is, a much faster method than the one currently used and much more accurate than the optical sensors used by other companies. Although most likely, this type of mechanism only reaches the standard version and Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. The economic model will have to settle for a sensor located on the side button. As a curious fact, it also confirms the presence of the Infinity screen, unlike the other devices that are next to it in which a giant notch appears.
Finally, we have a video that could include the incorporation of the front 4K camera with optical stabilization of the image thanks to OIS technology. We are talking about a 12-megapixel configuration with an aperture of f/1.5 that has the capacity to record 4K videos at 60 fps, just as it had leaked a few days ago.
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