Features and specifications: Samsung Galaxy S10

Yolanda Curtis
December 2, 2018

Posted to Twitter by Evan Blass, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is pictured in a shiny "Polaris Blue" that's metallic-looking but somewhat darker than the now available coral blue. For other manufacturers, 2018 has been all about minimizing bezels and inching ever closer to the "all-screen" smartphone design of our dreams. This isn't just for the newest Samsung smartphones, either, as last year's models are being offered as part of the deal, too. And for good reason: after the disappointing sales of the Galaxy S9, the range will have to face the head with new features.

But it's not just Samsung that's making such phones, and Samsung's most significant Android rival may release an Infinity-O phone before the Galaxy A8s.

Lost S10 Plus an unnamed engineering sample on the basis of Snapdragon 8150, who previously was able to set a record performance among Android devices, with the figure of 362 292 points. We're expecting a attractive new look that pushes Samsung's curved Infinity Display design identity to the next level.

However, recent reports also said that while the Galaxy A8s and Huawei Nova 4 will have Infinity-O LCD screens made by BOE, the Galaxy S10 will get an Infinity-O OLED screen that Samsung's developing in-house.

Samsung are expected to make their new Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone official at Mobile World Congress next February. This way instead of slicing a big notch out of the top of the screen like Apple and so many other companies have done, there's only a tiny little spot removed for the camera (or cameras, on the Galaxy S10+).

Time will certainly tell as no doubt more details will leak out about the devices as we approach the launch, but the Samsung Galaxy S10 is shaping up to be promising. Scheduled for launch sometime next year, the phone is expected to crush the competition with its plethora of new features and high-end specs.

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