Samsung reported that they are planning to offer one of the first commercial smartphones to market in the first half of 2019. It will be powered by the forthcoming flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon Mobile Platform with the Snapdragon X50 5G NR modem and incorporated RF handset.
5G will introduce another era of mobile network, enabling individuals to associate with information, encounters and other individuals in ways never thought possible,” said Brian Higgins, VP, remote gadget and product marketing at Verizon. “Together, Samsung and Verizon have made tremendous gains in bringing 5G business services to shoppers in several cities.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is set to be one of the greatest smartphone line up to launch in the early 2019, and with the moderately steady update between the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9. Samsung Galaxy S10 gossipy are going all out and point toward the South Korean company significantly upgrading its leading smartphone line come late February or in early March 2019. It will be a bigger screen that may highlight a pinhole for the camera rather than a notch which will probably be known as the “Infinity O” display packed with a 6.11 inch display. On the other hand the 5G variant of Samsung Galaxy S10 may feature a 6.66 inch display.
According to sources, the Samsung S10 likely to come in two variants, a Snapdragon 855-based processor and an Exynos 9820 processor. What’s more, presently that Qualcomm has uncovered its next leader flagship smartphone chip, the Snapdragon 855, we have a thought of how quick the new chipset is and how it looks at to Samsung’s as of late uncovered Exynos 9820. Samsung has not revealed any further information yet so more to look out for.
The Wall Street Journal additionally gave supposed data about the camera setup on the 5G release of the Samsung Galaxy S10. It says the leader will highlight four cameras focal point on its back and two forward looking cameras. Subtleties are inadequate on what the focal points will really do, however it’s claimed the focal points “guarantee more extravagant photographs and better spatial observation.”