Galaxy S10 Will Involve A Major Shift In Samsung’s Supplier Framework

Galaxy S10 Will Involve A Major Shift In Samsung’s Supplier Framework

Lindsey Duncan
November 15, 2018

The Galaxy S10 will come with an Infinity-O display. A "punch hole" description sure does match up to that styling, rather than a drop down notch like we have seen from others.

Blass also adds to the rumours that Galaxy S10 has an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner and three rear cameras; a telephoto one, a wide-angle one and a standard one.

Some exciting stuff there, but I'm somewhat concerned about a display with a circle cutout off to the side. Today, the company has launched the flagship Exynos 9820 SoC as the successor to last year's Exynos 9810 SoC.

The new Exynos 9820 is built with an 8-nanometer process and has eight CPU cores, coupled with an ARM Mali-G76 graphics processing unit.

Mobile download speeds meanwhile can theoretically reach 2Gbps with this chipset, though this isn't 5G we're talking about, as the Exynos 9820 doesn't support that. Nevertheless, the wait is not going to be long though since the Galaxy S10 is expected to be revealed to the world by the time Mobile World Congress 2019 opens its doors at the end of February next year. The device will be supporting up to 22MP single sensors or 16MP + 16MP dual sensors.

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I mean (Frances) Tiafoe takes the towel after every point and (Stefanos) Tsitsipas takes the towel after an ace or double fault. Thiem reached a career high ranking of world No.4 in November of 2017, and is now ranked just inside of the Top 10 at No.8.

According to a recent patent filed by the company, Samsung looking into technology that allows phone owners to place their fingertip anywhere on the screen to verify their identity.

Samsung is trying to get rid of redundant features and make your phone easier to use with its upcoming One UI update.

Finally, the latest report from Blass seemingly confirms the Samsung Galaxy S10 will ship with the all-new Android 9-based One UI operating system.

With the rumoured release still four months away, it's worth taking these details with a healthy pinch of salt.