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Samsung Galaxy S10 is at it again.

Samsung Galaxy S10 is at it again. This time the Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and the Galaxy Buds have been aired online mistakenly in Norway, thus revealing the final design of the latest range of upcoming flagships from Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy S10 range and the Galaxy Buds are all set to launch tonight, or tomorrow India. Samsung, with the commercial, has revealed a lot of design features on the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+. The commercial reportedly shows features such as dual selfie shooters on the front on the Galaxy S10+, the Samsung Galaxy Buds, reverse wireless charging functionality, and the Samsung Galaxy S10 as well. The commercial does not feature the affordable model, the Galaxy S10e though.

In a 30-second second TV commercial video shared by YouTube channel endreloset and spotted by, the video enumerates the major features which will launch with the Samsung Galaxy S10+. The commercial was accidentally aired online by TV 2, a commercial broadcaster in Norway. It showcases the Infinity-O Display design and minimum bezels and two-selfie cameras. After the display, the video then shows a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack as well. There is also a slight glimpse into the ultrasonic-display fingerprint sensor. The video has since been taken down.

Samsung has been rumoured and surfaced in a number of leaks where it shows a triple rear camera setup on the Galaxy S10+, something which was confirmed in the commercial as well. The video also shows the reverse wireless charging feature on the Galaxy S10+ and will be called Wireless PowerShare.

The commercial also, for a short moment, shows the Galaxy Buds truly wireless headphones by Samsung which was officially confirmed via a listing on the Samsung Wearable app. The Buds are featured sitting on the Galaxy S10 model.

At the end of the commercial, the Galaxy S10 is shown alongside the Galaxy S10+ and the Galaxy Buds. However, here is the main part. The commercial had no mention of a third device. Samsung has been rumoured to launch a third affordable variant and has been surfacing alongside the bigger siblings for a long time now. We assume the Galaxy S10e will get its own advert as the affordable model, similar to how Apple launched the iPhone XR after they had launched the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max.

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