Whoops, A Samsung Galaxy S10 Hands On Video Has Accidentally Appeared

Whoops, A Samsung Galaxy S10 Hands On Video Has Accidentally Appeared

We are mere days away from Unpacked, where the Samsung Galaxy S10 will be officially be revealed.

But that hasn’t stopped the figurative boat from leaking. An early hands-on video of the S10 and S10+ surfaced over the weekend. It featured TechRadar’s Matt Swider and seems to have accidentally made its way online early. Uh oh.

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The original video has been removed due to a copyright claim, but not before it was ripped by other channels.

The video isn’t available in full – the beginning and end were noticeably clipped. However, there was enough there to confirm a heap of the rumours that were already circulating about Samsung’s new flagship range.

But first, let’s kick off with the most important feature – the headphone jack. That’s right, despite concerns that Samsung was going to omit the jack from its S range for the first time ever, it still reigns supreme. Huzzah!

Next up there is the fingerprint scanner which has indeed been removed from the back of the device in favour of an in-screen sensor. We reported on this last week, along with wireless power sharing, which was also confirmed in the video.

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Both of these features were first seen in the Huawei Mate 20 Pro in 2018 and are expecting to see them in a few flagship releases in 2018.

The display reveals also come as no surprise as they’ve been leaking since last year – 6.1-inch Super AMOLED for the S10 and 6.4-inch Super AMOLED for the S10+.

Both the S10 and S10+ of course have a Hole to replace the notch, with the former containing one front-facing camera and the latter containing two. And on the rear of both devices we’re looking at a triple camera setup offering regular, telephoto (with 2x optical zoom) and and ultra-wide lenses.

Fortunately there’s not long to go until the Samsung S10 range officially launches. We’ll be live blogging the whole thing, which kicks off at 06:00 AEDT on February 21.

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Join us for the ride, won’t you?”]

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