Technically, we do not know anything about Galaxy S10, the next flagship Galaxy phone that Samsung is expected to announce. Samsung has not formalized the S10, unlike the next that he flashed on stage in November. But after nine years of Galaxy S phones fueling the rise of Samsung, the Korean tech giant would be crazy to stop before its 10th birthday, the Galaxy S.
Samsung's position as the world's largest handset maker is in jeopardy.are quite troublesome, but the pressure of China Huawei, who has ousted Apple to take the , should cause an alarm in the ranks of Samsung. Although Huawei phones are no longer sold in the United States, the government , the handset maker has increased its worldwide sales without the help of America and has released state-of-the-art phones, such as the . Samsung must counter Huawei's lead with everything that she has.
Rumors describe the Galaxy S10 as a series of three phones crammed with the biggest trends in mobile telephony. Here is what we think we know about the next S10.
The Galaxy S10 is do not the same as the Galaxy X
theis a common name for Samsung's collapsible phone, and to our knowledge, it and the Galaxy S10 are separate devices. This is perfectly logical. The Galaxy S is a proven series of phones, and Samsung would not miss an incredible opportunity to talk about a special edition of the 10th anniversary.
Meanwhile, a foldable phone is an untested concept that is just starting to gain a foothold. To date, there is a foldable phone on the market, the LG and others. Samsung and other phone manufacturers will want to be cautious in order to see buyers reaction before incorporating a foldable design into the traditional Galaxy S range.and a lot of Huawei's intentions,
In addition, if you believe the rumors, the code name of the Galaxy S10 is "Beyond". The Galaxy X would have the nickname "Winner".
Galaxy S10 Could Come in 5G, More, Budget Templates
According to rumors, the Galaxy S10 comes in three configurations:
- A standard model of the same size as the current Galaxy S9, but with even thinner glasses.
- A Larger variant like the Galaxy S9 Plus.
- An economical version based on the iPhone XR model, which features fewer hardware embellishments, such as straight edges instead of two curved sides, and no sophisticated screen fingerprint reader (more details here). -Dessous). There is also a suggestion that the budget of the Galaxy S10 could lose the headphone jack.
Rumors suggest that the Plus version (called "Beyond X") will have 5G features, most likely as a way to differentiate the device from its size. The current Galaxy S9 Plus, for example, has two rear cameras, while the standard S9 has one.
Do not hold your breath for the Galaxy S10 to be Samsung's first 5G phone. DJ Koh, Samsung's mobile phone manager, told Korean reporters in November that a first device launched on Korean operators in March would be his first 5G phone. (Here's what you need to know about 5G phones.)
Six cameras for the Galaxy S10?
According to a report, four cameras will adorn the back of the Galaxy S10 and two will be placed in the front. Several rear cameras have the ability to offer more zoom options, finer details (especially if a camera is monochrome) and a depth mapping for portrait mode ("bokeh effect") and AR .
The existence of the Galaxy A9, a four-camera rear-end phone announced by Samsung in October for Asian markets, further reinforces the rumor. Samsung could use the A9 as a test bed for design and software, before making improvements to the important Galaxy S10. However, frequent leaks on Twitter Evan Blass suggested There will be three rear cameras on the Galaxy S10, not four.
Galaxy S10 Plus could have a 6.7 inch screen … and how about a notch?
We could see the bigger S10 Plus size with a 6.7-inch screen, according to a rumor. To achieve a screen of this size, Samsung could further reduce the size of screens, increase the usable space on the screen without increasing the size of the phone.
At this point, a screen notch – where the screen splits to make room for a front-facing camera and other sensors – seems inevitable. At the developer conference held in November, Samsung even introduced display styles for the Infinity Display, including Infinity-U (U-shaped notch), Infinity V (you guessed it, a V-shaped notch) and Infinity-O took a perforation at the corner of the screen).
Samsung is clearly ready to adopt the design on behalf of the edges of the screen that extend up to the shoulders of the phone.
The selfie camera could be extracted from a perforated screen
So what slot does the Galaxy S10 use? Evan Blass says it's the Infinity-O, with a hole drilled for at least one camera lens. Leaked on Twitter, Ice Universe also supports the theory with a screen image that could be the Infinity-O.
Will the Galaxy S10 launch the iris scanner and will it finally get a 3D "face ID"?
When the Galaxy S9 arrived for the first time, we were disappointed not to use secure 3D depth mapping technology to unlock the phone, just like the Face ID of the iPhone. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip inside the S9 supports mapping with 50,000 infrared dots, compared to Apple's 30,000 infrared dots. Instead, the Galaxy S9 has retained the secure unlocking of Samsung's iris and unsecured face unlocking, the latter being a staple on Android phones.
It may be time for Samsung to step up its game. Rumors allude to bothand win .
In addition to unlocking the phone safely with a facial scan, a selfie depth mapping camera could enable better AR applications and effects, such as the disastrously scary, a rival who preceded much more cleverly executed from Apple .
The fingerprint sensor must be on the screen and "ultrasonic"
On-screen fingerprint sensors are becoming more and more essential in high-end phones. The OnePlus 6T beat Samsung to become the first US cell phone to own one. But rumors as far back as the Galaxy S9 have anchored the functionality for a Galaxy.
Not only would the Galaxy S10 get a, it will apparently also use ultrasound technology, which uses sound to capture the peaks and troughs of your unique fingerprint to unlock the phone. This technology has been in development for years – the video below shows it in action.
The Galaxy S10 will run Samsung's unique user interface over Android 9
Samsung has confirmed to CNET that all future phones, including the foldable phone, will use the newthat Samsung unveiled at its November developer conference. The One UI interface design declines the current Samsung experience and attempts to group the icons for one-handed simplified use. It will work with Android Pie, version 9 of Google's mobile software, but not with earlier versions of Android.
Possible launch in February and release date in March?
Samsung generally announces Galaxy S phones in the last days of February at Mobile World's annual convention or in the weeks that follow. However, the foldable.
I am skeptical about Samsung's announcement of both phones at the same time. A collapsible phone would quickly eclipse the Galaxy S10. Based on Samsung's release models, a revelation of the Galaxy S10 by the MWC makes sense, with a video presentation for a launch event of the Galaxy X to be held later in March in New York. Samsung could have a busy spring.
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