Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ gets certified

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As we lurch towards the launch date of Samsung’s new flagship handsets, the devices are popping up at regulatory agencies around the world.

The Chinese certification agency 3C has certified the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus flagship smartphones and added a few minor details about the handsets.

The certification reveals the handsets will ship with the EP-TA200 travel charger with 9.0V/1.67A or 5.0V/2.0A output. This is a USB-C travel charger with Fast Charging.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 E is expected to have the SM-G9700 model number, while the SM-G9730 will be the regular S10 and the SM-G9750 will be the S10 Plus.

Samsung is expected to announce the Samsung Galaxy S10 range on the 20th February, with the handset hitting shelves around the 8th March.


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