Samsung Galaxy S10: Meet the baseline model

Meet Samsung’s Galaxy S10, the baseline model that will cost you about $900, and was unveiled at Samsung’s event today. The company is celebrating its 10th anniversary of Galaxy S series by going big and they have really brought it.

Honestly, not really the baseline model, but nonetheless it has a lot to offer and is in the S10 family. The Galaxy S10 baseline model brings you a 6.1-inch screen that’s fairly compact due to the slim bezels on the device. In terms of the screen, Samsung boasts that this screen is the first to earn the HDR10+ certification.

Galaxy S10 smartphone offers you three rear cameras — a main 12-megapixel dual aperture wide-angle lens with OIS, a 12-megapixel telephoto lens with OIS (and 2x optical zoom), and best of all, a 16-megapixel ultrawide sensor with fixed focus. What does all of this mean? Well, you will be able to take portrait photos and photos with any of the sensors through the power of software that Samsung offers.

For those selfies you want to take, the Galaxy S10 offers you a 10-megapixel front-facing camera that comes with dual aperture. Dual-aperture was first introduced in Galaxy S9, the camera automatically lets in more light when it senses a low-light environment.

As far as configurations go, the Galaxy S10 is offered in both 128GB and 512GB storage options, and both come with 8GB RAM. If you want to use your microSD cards, you can do so up to 512GB. For the battery, Samsung is bringing a 3,400 mAh sized offering. The front of the device offers a curved Gorilla Glass 6, and Gorilla Glass 5 on the back. The S10 also offers support for Fast Wireless Charging 2.0 and Wi-Fi 6.

Lastly, the Galaxy S10 offers the following color options: Flamingo Pink, Canary Yellow, Prism Green, Prism Blue, Prism Black, and Prism White. Unfortunately, if you’re a US buyer, you will not have the option to get the Canary Yellow and Prism Green. Color options will vary depending on the region in the world.

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