A source claims to have had the opportunity to see and manipulate the future Samsung Galaxy S10. She claims that the Galaxy S10 + would be entitled to a battery of 4,100 mAh.
Leaks and information on the various Samsung Galaxy S10, we find in mess on the web now. However, if we know almost everything about design, a question remains unresolved today: the capacity of the batteries of each declination.
Not long ago, a certification came to sow doubt and suggested that the Galaxy S10, S10 + and S10E have the same capacity of 3000 mAh battery. This seemed rather surprising, especially for the larger model which, logically, should have been better provided.
In contradiction to this, GSM Arena comes to bring new information by citing a source who claims to have had the opportunity to manipulate the three devices. The source asserts that the Samsung Galaxy S10 + would have a battery of 4,100 mAh. It already seems a little more likely.
Information about the selfie sensor
Beyond this information, it is also specified that the second front sensor Galaxy S10 + will be used to manage the depth of field on the selfies. As for the main front sensor, it should have a definition of 10 megapixels and would benefit from an optical image stabilization, both on the "Plus" model than on the Galaxy S10 classic.
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