GALAXY S10 won’t launch until Feb 20 in Samsung’s Unpacked event planned in San Francisco, California, yet it seems the company can have revealed one of the features of the phone ahead of time.
Galaxy S10 is anticipated to break apart from Samsung tradition by releasing in over two models.
Additionally to conventional and + variants of the hardware, also it’s also been rumoured the South Korea OEM is planning to deliver a less expensive version of the handset.
It’s anticipated this apparatus will negate some premium features in exchange for its more economical price tag.
But, all 3 models of the handset are expected to arrive with a futuristic all screen designs that have a hole punch mode cutout inside the display for each’s front facing camera.
In addition, the trio is also anticipated to be powered by either Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 855 chip or Samsung’s own Exynos 9820 chipset based on the region it’s sold in.
The Galaxy S10+ particularly has been claimed to arrive with up to 1TB of internal memory and a whopping 12GB of RAM.
Credence was added to such a rumor yesterday when Samsung announced a brand new 1TB embedded Universal Flash Storage chip.
The South Korean OEM insisted that the new technology was designed to be used in mobile applications of the next generation, suggesting that the forthcoming Galaxy S10 could feature such capacity.
he figure almost doubles the memory offered on the Galaxy Note 9 which comes along with up to 512GB of internal memory.
Discussing the processors, Cheol Choi, the executive VP sales and memory marketing at Samsung Electronics, said: The 1TB eUFS is anticipated to play a vital role in bring a longer notebook like consumer experience to the next generation of mobile devices.
“What is more, Samsung is dedicated to assuring the most dependable source chain and adequate production amounts support the timely launch of the upcoming flagship mobile phones in accelerating expansion of the global cellular market.”
Samsung Electronics stated the bundle size of the 1TB unit would be the same as its 512GB chips.
In addition, the organization stated that the storage method must let Android fans to store 260 10 minute 4K videos.
Ultimately, Samsung announced the speed of the memory is “exceptional” and will enable “users to transfer large quantities of multi-media content in considerably reduced time”.
It’s well worth noting in the news release discussing the new technology, Samsung didn’t say whether it could be present in the Galaxy S10.