Officially, we do not know anything about the Galaxy S10 the device that's probably Samsung's next flagship Galaxy phone. In…
Officially, we do not know anything about the Galaxy S10 the device that’s probably Samsung’s next flagship Galaxy phone. In contrast to the upcoming that it was flashed on stage in November, Samsung has not acknowledged that the Galaxy S10 exists. Samsung Galaxy S
More than ever, Samsung’s position as the world’s top phone maker is in danger .are troublesome enough, but increased pressure from China’s Huawei, which ousted Apple to take the should cause alarm within Samsung’s ranks. Selv om Huawei-telefoner ikke længere er solgt i USA i forbindelse med regeringens har telefonproducenten økt verdensomspændende salg uden USAs hjælp, og har udgivet state-of-the-art phones like the . Samsung needs to counter Huawei’s advance with everything it’s got.
Rumors paint a picture of the Galaxy S1
0 as a series of three phones packed to the gills with the biggest mobile trends. The Galaxy X is a rumored name for Samsung’s foldable name. The Galaxy S10 is not the same as the Galaxy X
Thephone, and as far as we know, it and the Galaxy S10 are separate devices. This makes perfect sense. The Galaxy S is a tried and true phone series, and Samsung would not miss an enormous opportunity to crow over a special 10th anniversary edition.
Meanwhile, a foldable phone is an untested concept that’s just getting its footing. As of today, there is one foldable phone on the market, the LG and others. Samsung and other phone makers will want to act cautiously to see how buyers respond before bringing a foldable design into the mainstream Galaxy S lineup.and a lot of intentions from Huawei,
Plus, if you believe the rumors, the Galaxy S10 code name is “Beyond.” The Galaxy X reportedly has the moniker of “Winner.”
The Galaxy S10 is rumored to come in three configurations:
The rumors suggest that the Plus version (said to be code-named “Beyond X”) will have 5G capabilities, most likely as a way to differentiate the device. other than 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. Samsung mobile chief DJ Koh told Korean reporters in November that a separate device launching in March on Korean carriers will be its first 5G phone instead.
Fours cameras will adorn the back of the Galaxy S10, according to one report, and two will sit up front. Multiple rear cameras have the ability to offer more zoom options, more fine detail (especially if one camera is monochrome), and deep mapping for portrait mode (the bokeh effect) and AR.
The rumor is further bolstered by the existence of the Galaxy A9, a phone with four rear cameras that Samsung announced in October for Asian markets. Samsung kan bruke A9 som et testbed for design og software, før implementering av forbedringer i den all-important Galaxy S10. However, frequent Twitter leaker Evan Blass has suggested there will be three rear cameras on the Galaxy S10, not four.
We could see the larger S10 Plus sized with a 6.7-inch screen, according to one rumor.
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Angela Lang / Samsung has announced new notched screens.
Samsung could shrink the bezels further could potentially expand the usable screen space without increasing the size of the phone. CNET
At this point, a screen notch – where the screen divisions make room for a front-facing camera and other sensors – seems inevitable. Samsung even showed off notched screen styles for its Infinity Display at its developer conference in November, the Infinity U (a U-shaped notch), Infinity V (you guessed it, a V-shaped notch) and Infinity-O (like someone
Samsung is clearly ready to embrace the design in the name of screen edges that extend clear to the phone’s shoulders.
So what notch would the Galaxy S10 use? Evan Blass says it’s the Infinity-O, with a hole punched out of it for at least one camera lens. Fellow Twitter leaker Ice Universe also supports the theory with an image of a screen that could be the Infinity-O.
When the Galaxy S9 first arrived, we were disappointed it did not use secure 3D depth-mapping technology to unlock the iPhone like the iPhone’s Face ID. 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 retained Samsung’s secure iris unlocking and unsecure face unlock, the latter a staple on Android phones.
Now, Samsung may step up its face unlocking game. Rumors point to both theand gaining .
In addition to unlocking the phone securely with a face scan, a depth mapping selfie
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