Thursday, 20 February, 2020

Samsung Galaxy M10s, M30s launching soon, specs leaked

Live focus as you see helps users get the bokeh effect in videos. This helps keep the main subjects in focus on the Note+ and blurs out the back Samsung Galaxy M10s, M30s launching soon, specs leaked
Cecil Davis | 13 September, 2019, 19:49

Samsung's mid-ranger doesn't fare too badly elsewhere, offering an Exynos 9610 chipset, 4GB to 6GB of RAM, 64GB or 128GB of expandable storage. It's an Infinity U display with full HD 1080x2340pixels screen resolution.

The Samsung Galaxy S11 camera specs are still a mystery, unsurprisingly given that the phone isn't set to release until 2020, but we may now know about the handset's photography "brain", which will be inspired by key iPhone 11 software, according to a leak.

Both smartphones come with 4000mAh battery paired with 15W fast charging.

The upgraded model also adds a third camera - a depth-sensing one - to pair with a 13-megpixel main camera and an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera for landscapes and group shots.

Taliban vows to fight on after Trump says talks are ‘dead’
There have already been nine rounds of peace talks between the U.S. and Taliban representatives, held in the Gulf state of Qatar. Last week, both Taliban and Khalilzad indicated that the deal was nearly final and could soon be signed into a legal document.

Samsung is preparing to unveil at least two devices next week: the Galaxy M10s, and the Galaxy M30s. There's also an in-display fingerprint technology as well. Sure, in absolute terms, Google's Night Sight Mode on the Pixel 3 is slightly more adept at taking low-light shots than Samsung's Bright Night option, but the results are often quite close, and it's clear the Note 10's image quality is still top tier.

Good luck bragging to Android people, though - their phones have had these "new" features for a while. It should be powered by the Exynos 7885 chip, helped by 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.

Like the Galaxy A50s, the Galaxy A30s also has a triple rear camera module using a 25MP (main sensor) + 8MP (super wide-angle lens) + 5MP (depth) sensor. This is the same setup found on both the Galaxy S10 and the Note 10+, with the only thing missing from the standard Note 10 being the 10+'s 3D time-of-flight camera.