Galaxy S10 vs OnePlus 7: What We Know So Far

Judy Cobb
February 4, 2019

Coming to hardware, the dual-SIM, dual-standby Samsung Galaxy A8s runs on Android 8.1 Oreo and is seen sporting a 6.2-inch (1080×2340 pixels) full-HD+ display (6.4-inch when corners measured at right angles) with 19.5:9 aspect ratio.

Another difference would be that Samsung ditched the implementation of an in-display fingerprint sensor in Galaxy S10E (Lite).

Likewise, although there's no official word on when Samsung will launch the new Galaxy Buds, it is more than highly likely they will debut alongside the upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone - set to be announced on February 20 and just ahead of when MWC 2019 is due to take place.

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Press renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10E have leaked out. The renders show the device from all angles, revealing its Infinity-O Display panel up front that is nearly all-screen, except for the punch-hole selfie camera on the top right edge. As per an earlier tweet by XDA developer Max Weinbach (@mweinbachXDA), both the Galaxy S10 and S10+ were to sport an ultra-wide 16MP f/1.9 sensor, a normal 12MP ISOCELL sensor with Samsung's variable aperture, as well as 13MP telephoto lens.

Samsung Galaxy S10E is considerably a cheaper model as compared to its siblings. Naturally, thanks to the torrent of leaks, including a render where all three devices were placed next to each other, we knew what Samsung had concocted for this year. This is also the smallest variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10 devices. The OnePlus 7 will nearly certainly have a 6.4-inch 1080p HD display, just like the OnePlus 6T in late 2018. That's where the power button acting as a fingerprint reader is. If this is a proper glimpse at what's to come it means the phone has a much thinner bezel than Samsung let on. As far as the specs are concerned, the Samsung Galaxy S10e is expected to come 6 gigs of RAM, 128GB internal storage, two rear cameras, one single camera for selfies.

The handset will be available in Prism Black, Prism Green, Pearl White, and Canary Yellow with Blue also becoming available later. Of course, it's been pouring confidential information about the fast-approaching Galaxy S10 lineup a long time now, with the floodgates bursted wide open yesterday as two different and equally reliable sources revealed the sharpest product renders yet. It has been rumoured that the phone will be launched with a price tag of Rs €750 ($859 / Rs. 61,400 approx.) in Europe.

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