Samsung Foldable Phone, Galaxy S10 Details Tipped by Insiders

Samsung Foldable Phone, Galaxy S10 Details Tipped by Insiders

Samsung Foldable Phone, Galaxy S10 Details Tipped by Insiders

The Galaxy S10 is said to come in three different sizes.

The standard Galaxy S10 edition is said to feature an OLED panel, however, the cheaper model is said to lack the signature curved edge display. Moreover, Samsung is known for introducing significant upgrades every two years, so the Galaxy S10 could come with a major specifications bump. "Beyond" will be about the same size as the 5.8-inch S9. A couple of more details have surfaced now and thrown light on the display and the battery in the Samsung phones. There are apparently three cameras on the rear of the phone, while Samsung is also said to be experimenting with hiding the front camera under the screen.

Since the information comes from someone knowing the internal developments at Samsung, there's a chance that we could be seeing these state-of-the-art Samsung smartphones at the next Galaxy Unpacked event early in 2019.

Interestingly, the report suggests Samsung may finally ditch 3.5mm headphone jacks with this phone series.

When Samsung launches its Android 9 Pie update for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 smartphones next year, it will also overhaul its Samsung Experience user interface.

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Citing anonymous sources, Bloomberg reported today that the upcoming Galaxy S10 will support 5G networking technology, which promises to enable connections 10 to 100 times faster than today's carrier infrastructure. The landscape model has fallen out of favour recently with designers who see the portrait type as easier to hold with one hand even though its display may feel narrower when opened. It'll either stretch horizontally or vertically when unfolded.

This new report states that Samsung won't be including a in-display fingerprint reader due to technological constraints and that the handset's display will be "coated with a film" rather than glass. However, the device is expected to include a four-inch screen on the outside to perform basic tasks like browsing emails, texts without the need of flipping it to open.

Rumors about Samsung's foldable display have been swirling for years.

In September, Samsung revealed that they will start adding new features to their mid-range devices, so it's not that weird that they're testing the screen design for A8 before using it in flagship phones.

Samsung is apparently still unsure whether the device will fold out vertically or horizontally, which is hard to believe as Samsung has suggested that the device would be presented at its developer conference next month.

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