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Here's Everything We Know About Samsung's Galaxy S10 so Far
14 January 2019, 09:07 | Cameron Gross
Samsung may have accidentally posted the S10 ahead of its reveal
However, the publication insisted the 5G S10 will only launch in the United States and South Korea. The device was a prototype to showcase Samsung's Infinity Flex display technology and it worked rather slickly thanks to Samsung's new One UI which helps apps and interfaces respond to the fold/unfold actions. A new report says the feature will be coming to its Galaxy A-series too.
Additionally, Weinbach also revealed some details about Samsung's 5G-enabled Galaxy S10 model that will feature either 8GB or 12GB of RAM paired with up to 1TB of inbuilt storage, however, models with 256GB and 512GB of inbuilt storage will also be made available.
The alleged Samsung Galaxy S10E is anticipated to include a flat display in a compact form factor but with flagship Galaxy S10 like specifications.
This will be paired with a 12MP standard lens with the same variable aperture mechanism that caused headlines for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus previous year. This will help with the depth-sensing abilities of the Galaxy S10 Plus and allow for more accurate bokeh-style blur in the background of Live Focus photographs. One of them is being rumoured as the Samsung Galaxy S10E while the other one is tipped as Samsung Galaxy S10+. Rumors around the Galaxy S10 E hint at dual cameras at the back, whereas the Galaxy S10 will come with triple rear cameras, with one being a telephoto lens and other an ultra-wide angle lens.
It seems that there will not be a separate Unpacked event at the MWC, which suggests that the 5G phone will be unveiled on February 20 alongside the LTE-based S10 models and the foldable Galaxy.
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Tyquan Lewis, Ryan Grant out for Colts versus Chiefs
The No Touchdown game. "It's a momentum swing and needing those points going into half and (I) didn't come through for us". The Chiefs took an early lead in the game and never let up, maintaining a large lead nearly the entire way.
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The Bucks were down by 7 later in the quarter before using a 17-1 spurt to end the quarter and take a 92-83 lead into the fourth. CJ McCollum scored 24 points as Damian Lillard reached his fifth double-double of the season with 16 points and 10 assists.