Today Samsung took to the stage to announce the Samsung Galaxy S10. With over ten years behind the Galaxy brand, Samsung is once again looking to innovate and change the smartphone industry. The new phone features the world’s first dynamic AMOLED screen and the most color accurate display that a mobile device has ever seen.
The dynamic AMOLED display also includes support for HDR 10+, as well as dynamic tone mapping that helps provide a wider range of colors and a more realistic picture than any other smartphone screen out there right now. Hidden beneath the screen is the world’s first in-display ultrasonic fingerprint scanner. This fingerprint scanner will help provide more security for your smartphone, offering vault-like security on your device.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 also features a three-tier camera system including professional grade camera lenses, which allow you to change your camera’s lens as you need to, giving you all the tools that you need to take pro-level pictures with your smartphone. The camera system is made up of a 12MP wide “dual pixel” lens, a 12MP tele lens and a 16MP ultra-wide lens.
Using these lenses, the phone provides the best camera experience available on a smartphone right now. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is the first smartphone to offer the ability to capture HDR10+ video, offering a smooth capture experience for those budding video creators out there. Galaxy smartphone users will also be able to make use of Adobe Premiere Rush, a powerful editing suite available right on the phone itself.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10+ will be available for preorder starting on March 8. 2019. The phone will be available in Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Blue and Flamingo Pink, as well as in two new premium models, Ceramic Black and Ceramic White. The Galaxy S10 will start out at $899.99, the Galaxy S10+ will be available starting at $999.99, and the Galaxy S10e will begin selling at $749.99.
For more information on Samsung’s latest happenings, make sure you head over to the original Unpacked broadcast.