The Samsung Galaxy S10 will probably stop the upcoming calendar year of the South Korean technology giant as its new flagship smartphone for 2019, and with Galaxy Note 9 having arrived earlier this month, it appears that the 10th anniversary Galaxy S phone is ready for to be the center of the attention of the rumor in the coming months. With that in mind, a new report suggests that chipmaker Qualcomm might have clearly confirmed a key specification on the Galaxy S10 well before launching the phone.
In a statement published earlier this week, Qualcomm announced its latest mobile chipset, and while there was no official name for the upcoming system-on-chip Forbes noted that it could end to be called Snapdragon 855. Qualcomm also promised that the upcoming chip will be remarkable for its first-ever ability to bring 5G connectivity to premium tier phones. No phones were mentioned in the company's statement, but Forbes pointed out that the Galaxy S Series is usually the first major smartphone to get new Qualcomm chips out of the box.
Although Qualcomm's statement indicates that the Samsung Galaxy S1
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In recent years, smartphone manufacturers have for it mostly dependent on hardware features and software features – unlike basic core specifications such as rear camera sharpness and pixel density, and the number of kernels in the processor – to sell their devices.
Samsung Galaxy S10 may not be an exception, but Forbes added that the phone's potential 5G support could give the device an important advantage over this year's iPhone X releases. Since the Snapdragon 855 is designed to work with Qualcomm X50 modem, iPhone X may not come with 5G connectivity, given Apple's final decision to stop using Qualcomm as a modem vendor.
According to TechRadar Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to launch at next year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which will take place in late February as usual. The publication also suggested that the Galaxy S10 could be delivered with a framed design in front, multiple screen sizes – including a 5.8-inch variant and another 6.2-inch measurement – and a fingerprint scanner on-screen among the other key specs and features.