Officially, we do not know anything about the Galaxy S10 device that is probably Samsung's next flagship Galaxy phone. Unlike the forthcoming as it blinked on the scene in November, Samsung has not recognized that the Galaxy S10 exists. But after nine years of Galaxy S phones that extend Samsung's upturn, the Korean tech giant would be crazy to stop before its 10th anniversary Galaxy S.
Samsung's position as the world's best voicemail is in danger.are troublesome, but increased pressure from China's Huawei, which challenged Apple to take should lead to alarm within Samsung's ranger. Although Huawei phones are no longer sold in the United States among the government's the answering machine has increased global sales without US aid and has released state-of-the-art phones like . Samsung needs to counter Huawei's progress with all it has.
Rumors paint a picture of the Galaxy S1
Galaxy S10 is not the same as Galaxy X
Galaxy X is a famed name for Samsung's folding phone, and as far as we know it is and Galaxy S10 separate devices. This gives perfect meaning. Galaxy S is a tried and true phone series, and Samsung would not miss a huge opportunity to crowd about a special 10 year anniversary edition.
Meanwhile, a folding phone is an untested concept that only gets its foot. From today there is a folding phone on the market, LG and others. Samsung and other phone makers will want to tread carefully to see how buyers react before they bring a collapsible design into the regular Galaxy S series.and many intentions from Huawei,
In addition, if you believe in the rumors, the Galaxy S10 code name is "Beyond." Galaxy X has allegedly moniker of "Winner."
Galaxy S10 is featured in 5G, Plus, Budget Models
The Galaxy S10 is reputed to come in three configurations:
- A standard model of the same size as today's Galaxy S9, but with even slimmer details.  A larger Plus variant like the Galaxy S9 Plus.
- A budget version modeled on iPhone XR that has fewer hardware decorations, like straight edges instead of the two curved pages, and no fancy fingerprint reader on the screen (more on it below). There is also a suggestion that the Galaxy S10 budget could lose the headphone jack.
Rumors suggest that the Plus version (which is the code name "Beyond X") will have 5G capabilities, most likely as a way to separate the device from other than the size. For example, the current Galaxy S9 Plus has two rear cameras while the standard S9 has one.
Do not hold your breath for the Galaxy S10 as Samsung's first 5G phone. Samsung's mobile boss DJ Koh told Korean journalists in November that a separate device launch in March on Korean carriers will be the first 5G phone instead. (Here's what you need to know about 5G on phones.)
Six cameras for the Galaxy S10?
Fours cameras will adorn the back of the Galaxy S10, according to a report, and two want to sit up front. Several rear cameras have the ability to offer more zoom options, more fine details (especially if a camera is monochrome), and deep stand-by mapping (bokeh effect) and AR.
The rumor is further enhanced by the existence of the Galaxy A9, a phone with four rear cameras that Samsung announced in October for Asian markets. Samsung can use the A9 as a test box for design and software before implementing sophistication in the most important Galaxy S10. However, frequent Twitter leaker Evan Blass has suggested there will be three rear cameras on the Galaxy S10, not four.
The Galaxy S10 Plus could have a 6.7 "screen … and what about a hack?
We could see the larger S10 Plus size with a 6.7 "screen, according to a rumor. In order to achieve such a large display, Samsung can shrink the edges further could potentially extend the usable display area without increasing the size of the phone.
At this point it looks like a monitor – where the screen stands out to accommodate a camera facing the camera and other sensors – inevitable. Samsung even showed screened styles for its Infinity Display at its Developer Conference in November, Infinity-U (a U-shaped notch), Infinity V (you guessed it, a V-shaped notch) and Infinity-O (as someone took one hole punch to the corner of the screen).
Samsung is ready to embrace the design in the name of screen edges that extend all the way to the shoulders of the phone.
The self-image camera can be extracted from a punch-hole display design
So which chopper should the Galaxy S10 use? Evan Blass says it's Infinity-O, with a hole knocked out of it for at least one lens. Fellow Twitter leaker Ice Universe also supports the theory of a picture of a display that may be Infinity-O.
Will the Galaxy S10 throw out the iris scanner and finally get the 3D Face ID?
When Galaxy S9 first arrived, we were disappointed that it did not use secure 3D depth mapping technology to unlock the phone as the iPhone's face ID. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip inside the S9 supports mapping with 50,000 infrared points, compared to Apple's 30,000 infrared points. Instead, the Galaxy S9 Samsung's secure iris locked up and unsafe face lock, the latter a pin on Android phones.
Now it is possible for Samsung to set up his face lock game. Rumors point to bothand .
In addition to unlocking the phone securely with face scanning, an in-depth cam could enable better AR apps and effects, such as the disastrously creepya rival anticipating Apple's much more skilled executed .
The fingerprint sensor should be on the screen and & # 39; ultrasound & # 39;
Fingerprint sensors on display screen like a must-have feature in high-end phones. OnePlus 6T made Samsung become the first American mobile to get one. But rumors reach as far back as the Galaxy S9 has attached the function of a Galaxy.
Not only will the Galaxy S10 get aon the screen, it will apparently also use ultrasound technology that uses audio to capture heights and valleys in your unique fingerprint to unlock the phone. We have seen this technology under development for many years – the video below shows it in action.
Samsung Galaxy S10 will run Samsung's One UI interface on top of Android 9
Samsung confirmed to CNET that all future phones, including the folding phone, will use the newas Samsung revealed at his November developer conference. One UI interface design turns off the current Samsung experience and tries to group icons for easier single-handed usage. It will work with Android Pie, version 9 of Google's mobile software, but not with previous versions of Android.
Possible February launch and a release date for March?
Samsung usually advertises Galaxy S phones in the last few days of February at the annual mobile world congress, or within the following weeks. But the foldable.
I'm skeptical that Samsung announces both phones at the same time. A folding phone will quickly override the Galaxy S10. Based on Samsung's release patterns, a MWC of the Galaxy S10 makes sense, with a teaser video for a Galaxy X launch event scheduled later in March in New York. Samsung could have a busy spring.
This story was originally posted November 29, 2018 and updated by November 30th.
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