Samsung Galaxy S10 News

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is months from release, but already there is lots of talk about what it will feature, and how much more advanced it will be than the ground-breaking S9. If it does make significant advances on the S9, then the S10 will be worth all the talk!

There could be three versions featuring a 5.8-inch display, a 6.1-inch display, and a 6.4-inch display. Maybe even bigger? How is this achieved? The new “Infinity-O” display which basically removes the top and bottom bezels and places the front-facing camera sensor in a single, small hole on the screen; the dual-lens system on the front might offer an iPhone X style portrait mode for selfies. Expect a triple lens camera system on the rear: a 16-megapixel, ultra-wide-angle lens, a 12-megapixel optical-zoom lens and standard wide-angle lens.

One of the most anticipated features of Samsung Galaxy S10 is the front-facing fingerprint scanner embedded underneath the display. There’s plenty of excitement too about the new chipset which will provide a performance boost of 20% and 40% more efficiency. The chip will also support 8K video at 30 frames per second, even more cause for excitement!

Artificial intelligence tasks will reach unprecedented levels while new Mali-G76 GPU cores should easily handle visually-intensive games and app. The Galaxy S10 promises a smooth and seamless ride, with higher power-efficiency than the Samsung S9.

Of course, we are basing this on rumours and industry speculation. However, the sources are credible and we expect many of these features to be included. What we do know for sure is that when the Samsung Galaxy S10 is released, the splash will be enormous!

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