The Samsung Galaxy S10 is yet to be released, probably by mid-next Year. But we’ve heard a bunch of rumors about what the device will look like.
The Samsung Galaxy’s S9 and S9+ were all evolutions of the Galaxy’s S8 and S8+ really, so we’re expecting bigger prospects of a rejuvenated smartphone next year.
Some important features expected include an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor, 5G connectivity, and also a super-sharp display.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 & Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones will be launched early next year. Earlier than their predecessors. And this is according to a report from the Korean Herald.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy S10 is now believed to be announced as early as January at CES 2019.
In addition, sources reveal that Samsung may finally introduce their much-rumored “foldable” smartphone at the Mobile World Congress 2019 in February.
The expected design is pretty similar to Samsung’s previous smartphones. Meanwhile, expect an edge-to-edge design, an infinity display, and no top notch. Samsung has decided to shy away from that and it’s quickly becoming a norm in most of their smartphones. Because everyone else is going down that route.
Chances are that Samsung may reduce the size of the bezels. Meanwhile, the rumored display specs show that the new phone may be a little bit larger than its predecessors.
A Korean website, The Bell reveals that Samsung’s 2019 flagship smartphone, will be released as part of the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy range. Also, that it’ll go by the name “Beyond” throughout the development process.
We’ve already heard that there will be an in-display fingerprint sensor (as seen above). It’s also rumored that the S10 will come with a super-sharp display.
According to notable Twitter tipster Ice Universe, who has been pretty accurate with Samsung leaks in the past. The S10 could come with a pixel density of 600 ppi.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ already produce incredibly sharp displays, with 570 and 530 ppi respectively. But 600 ppi would be an amazing upgrade.
The 600 ppi may likely be used for a smaller S10, while an upcoming Galaxy S10+ may have a lesser density. For them to achieve 600 ppi in the same 5.8-inch screen as the Galaxy S9, the resolution of the display has to be upgraded to near 4K quality.
Rumors have it that the Galaxy S10 will again use Samsung’s Infinity Display, but may increase in size.
I’ve heard that the design for the display has been finalized and will go in for production in November.
Ice Universe has revealed that the device will be a 5G smartphone and will feature a dedicated processing chip.
Below is his full spec list:
- AI-specific chipset, with CPU, GPU, and a separate neural processor
- 5G LTE modem
- UFS 3.0 storage
- LPDDR5 RAM
- 93 percent or more screen-to-body ratio
- 9th-generation Super AMOLED display
- 3D AI processing camera
- An L-shaped battery
I’ve also heard that the new device will run Samsung’s TouchWiz UI on top the upcoming Android P.
Till this device is released, so much hype and rumors will take over. Let’s just hope all these expected features will follow Samsung’s next major flagship.