How Samsung Galaxy S10 may look like in 2019? When is it coming out?

by John Doe 08/07/2018 0 Commen(s)

 

Samsung – it is a brand, that everybody talk about and now it started to raise our interest with more rumors. After successful, well not that successful as company wanted and anticipated, launch of Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, we finally have more and more information regarding their newest flagship of 2019. So, what can we expect?

 

Samsung Galaxy S10 Design

We can say that Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ were “born” from Galaxy S8, so maybe that’s why we did not noticed any major changes in the last design. Although smartphone had many strong features, people still wanted  something bigger. Looks like we may finally witness the changes we expect.

 

 

The concept of last year’s S9 was quite good, but it is nothing to compare with the newest Samsung Galaxy S10. It seems to be the best design of Samsung so far.

DBS DESIGNING, the graphical designer from Youtube, presented the audience his vision of the Galaxy S10 (and he is usually right), with its’ new modern looks and exceptional design.

 

 

 

 

The only strange thing in the video is the name of the smartphone – Galaxy X (looks like he named it after last year’s famous Apple iPhone X), but it is hardly believable that this will be the name of the phone. Galaxy X actually might be completely different device – there are rumors that it will be a foldable phone, which we may expect to hear about next year. So, to make it clear – the new smartphone presented by Samsung will be called Samsung Galaxy S10.

The presented design is unbelievable. Looks like we may finally get a device with almost no visible bezel . Well, it probably may not be all true. Although, we  are all dying to get  a smartphone with display that stretches from side to side and completely covers the basis of the phone, unfortunately we will probably be forced  to anticipate a little longer for that.

 

 

Features

 

Display

There are so many rumors about in-screen fingerprint sensor, that it may possibly be true. Also, rumor has it, that the display will be super sharp. According to some sources the density of pixels might reach even 600PPI. For this to happen in 5.8 inch smartphone the resolution will have to reach near to 4K quality.

We will probably see Infinity Display again, but this time the size will be slightly different – S10 is expected to be 5.8 inch, while S10+ to be 6.3 inch.

 

Cameras

Samsung S and Note series has always surprised people with the quality of their cameras, so in 2019 everybody expect even more. Sammobile announced, that newest flagship will have triple-lens camera – something like we have already seen in Huawei P20 Pro smartphone. There are no more rumors regarding camera so far, but if we take into consideration Huawei’s triple-lens camera, it will be an excellent feature of the new phone.

 

Specification

  • AI-specific chipset, with CPU, GPU and separate neural processor
  • 5G modem
  • UFS 3.0 storage
  • LPDDR5 RAM
  • 93 per cent or more screen-to-body ratio
  • 9th-generation mobile Super AMOLED display
  • 3D AI processing with camera
  • L-shaped battery

Price

For now, there are only small talks about how expensive (obviously not how cheap) S10 might be.  According to previous years and previous smartphones, each year the new device always gets more and more expensive. The only thing we can do is just imagine how much will it cost. If comparing to Galaxy S9 which started to sell from 739 USD, S10 probably kick off from 839 USD, while Galaxy S9+ started from 799 USD, so S10+ price will start around 899 USD accordingly.

 

 

Release Date

As usual Samsung release its’ new smartphones at the beginning of the year – spring has become the traditional season for release. 2019 will be no exception, so in March we will probably be able to enjoy the new S10. Presentation of the new flagship is rumored to be during annual CES event on January of 2019. If that will not happen, second opinion is that it will be presented during other – MWC event also in the beginning of the 2019.

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