Samsung To Launch Three Galaxy S10 Phones
Three new Samsung Galaxy S10 models have been certified in China, according to reports. The SM-G970F, SM-G975F and SM-G973F models have appeared for certification. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is the upcoming flagship from Samsung. It packs many new features, according to reports. The device will launch on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the Galaxy smartphones.
Previous leaks have reported that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will have three distinct variants. The first will be a 5.8 inch flat display device with a single rear camera. This is the cheapest variant, called the Galaxy S10 Lite. The devoid variant will feature a 5.8 inch curved display and will have dual rear cameras. The third will be the ‘true flagship’ device and will have three rear cameras and two front facing cameras. There are talks of a 5G variant of the same.
Other than this, the Galaxy S10 is reported pro have slimmer bezels (but no notch), an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor and various gradient colour options. The ultrasonic fingerprint reader is an existing Qualcomm technology. This is much more secure than existing ‘optical’ in-display fingerprint sensors and works in almost all conditions.
Concept Images of Galaxy S10
The Galaxy S10 will run on the Snapdragon 8150 chipset, according to reports. This is the latest chipset from Qualcomm and will be the next flagship offering. While the Snapdragon 8150 does notifier much improvement over the Snapdragon 845 in terms of speed, the biggest change is the addition of a Neural Processing Unit (NPU). An NPU will help better integrate the Machine Learning and AI into the chipset. Apple had introduced a dedicated NPU with its A11 Bionic Chip last year and continues to offer it in its new A12 Bionic. The addition of an NPU to a Qualcomm chipset will help bring Android devices up to speed with iPhones.
Additionally, the folding smartphone from Samsung might be facing some delays, but the Samsung Galaxy S10 is sure to steal the spotlight with its exciting new features, if the leaks are to be believed.