Every time it takes less time for 2019 to arrive and, as usual, smartphone manufacturers prepare their flagship. The first giant of the market to come into the market is the Samsung Galaxy S10, the successor to Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, and with innovative design: without frames and without the presence of eyebrows or a notch in its three varieties.
The first signs of this revolutionary design had its origins in the past presentation of the first folding phone on Samsung. There, they also took the opportunity to present Infinity O, New Infinity, Infinity U and Infinity V screens that they will surely use in some of their handsets and that they will sell to other manufacturers that will use them in their lead phones.
Although the Infinity V and Infinity U screens feature an integrated eyebrow or a sign similar to other mobile phones on the market, the New Infinity avoids this completely, offering a clear screen mobile phone, and Infinity O integrates only one hole for, for example, customizable the front camera.
According to recent leaks, mainly those of Evan Blas (@evleaks), Samsung will select the Infinity O screen as indicated for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus. The size can vary between 5.8 inches, while the so-called. The SM-G975x model will have a 6.44-inch screen.
On the other hand, the South Korean company will open three different models of the Galaxy S10, including the traditional Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus, but including a new version with 5G connectivity, a new mobile communications network that will start to be available for users in 2019.
Six cameras and one fingerprint detector
The main driver of the mobile phone market expiration, Evan Blas, in his social networking profile Twitter revealed that the Galaxy S10 will have three rear cameras, a regular, wide angle and a telephoto, similar to what they currently offer in the LG V40, Huawei Mate 20 Pro and probably the Huawei P30.
The security aspect, the rumors assure that the Galaxy S10 will finally integrate the ultrasound-reader's fingerprint reader, at least present in the widest device, which was expected in family devices of the A8 model.
The dilemma that generates probable use is the precision in finding the footprint, not as practical as the current readers. Although for the recognized filtering @iceuniverse, this Galaxy S10 sensor will be such that 30 percent of the screen could recognize the foot and, therefore, be faster than the current optical readers.
Features and specifications
According to the specialized Cnet site, it is very possible that the Galaxy S10 is the first phones to integrate the new Snapdragon 8150 processor (also known as the Snapdragon 855) which has a 7nm architecture and which promises to offer not only more power but also better battery consumption. This can be revealed at a summit that Qualcomm will hold in December in Hawaii, an annual event in which the company usually unveils its mobile products.
As with the S9, Qualcomm will be targeted for the United States, while globally expected to integrate the Exynos 9810 successor process, called the Exynos 9820, and which has an 8nm architecture.
Making the design of the probably Galaxy S10. (Photo: @ venyageskin1)
As with the rest of its architecture, the basic model will come with only 4GB of RAM, while the Galaxy S10 Plus and the 5GB version will integrate 6GB or 8GB of RAM.
Among the storage variants it is still unclear whether these phones will have a typically 64 GB or will offer 128 GB; although they also ensure that at least one model can have 1TB and up to 12GB of RAM. In fact, the MySmartPrice site ensures that the Galaxy S10 will be the first with 12GB of RAM.
While there was no official conformation in this regard, the launch of the next Samsung phone will be during the Mobile World Congress 2019 – from February 25 to 28, as was the case with S9 and S9 Plus.
However, there are rumors that Samsung will advance the launch by January, during an electronic CES fair in Las Vegas. On this occasion, the Korean publication "Korea Herald" is one of the tools that ensured that Samsung will progress with its flagship phones in 2019.