Even though the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 plus have just been put at sales there is some information about the Samsung Galaxy S10. Even more, just recently Roland Quandt revealed some precious Samsung Galaxy S10 leaked information.
What do we know about Samsung S10 so far?
It’s hard to say if the new phone is already in the research and development phase, or if this process will only start after the current S9 phone registers some sales.
The fact is that we already have some information about the future Samsung Galaxy S10.
For example, the chipset used in the Samsung Galaxy S10 will benefit from artificial intelligence and will be composed of a processor, a video card, and a neural processing unit.
Also, the phone will be equipped with a 5G chip, so the smartphone will be compatible with future networks.
Storage will benefit from the UFS 3.0 standard, and the phone’s RAM will be LPDDR5. You can also find an L-shaped battery on the inside.
This is due to Samsung’s miniature motherboards, which offer more room for an extended capacity battery.
The screen should be a Super AMOLED of the next generation, and the screen-to-body ratio should be over 93%.
This brings us to an almost complete elimination of the edges, superior to what the S8 delivers, and it will most likely be like what S9 and S9 Plus offer.
Enhancements will also be done at the camera level, where you should benefit from a 3D processing unit backed-up by an “artificial intelligence”.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Leak – Snapdragon 855 And 2Gbps X24 Modem Dynamic Duo
“Qualcomm won’t say it, but their contractors do. Snapdragon 855 (SDM855) is the first 7nm SoC. (probably the one the X24 modem ends up in),” twitted Roland Quandt, who is known for its special “inside” information.
Thus, the future Samsung S10 will be powered by a Snapdragon 855 chipset with a 2Gbps x24 Modem Dynamic Duo.
The newly leaked information about Samsung Galaxy S10 confirms the rumors that said the device will come with a powerful 5G chipset. Stay close because many information will come up as soon as Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus frenzy will deflate.