Galaxy S10 is expected to be shown off by Samsung at the start of next year and rumours are already heating up about the dramatic changes it could make to the product line both aesthetically and internally. Case in point: Samsung promoting Galaxy Note9 on Twitter using an iPhone.
Instead it has been rumoured the Galaxy S10 will come with a flat OLED display. What's missing from the back is a conventional fingerprint reader which Samsung is now said to have moved beneath the display of its next Android flagship. Upfront, it gets a dual-camera setup that's placed on the top right of the display. Instead, the author of the unofficial renders is understood to have been inspired by the Ice Blue variants of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ which Samsung brought to China less than a month ago. Huawei, Samsung and others are going to push 5G.
However, the outlet has stated the Galaxy S10+ could arrive with two-front facing cameras, meaning the cutout size on the display could be larger overall.
South Korea is one step ahead in the deployment of 5G networks compared to any other nation in the world.
Next year will usher in the 5G smartphone era, and the latest device maker to tip its hand is Samsung: the company has announced plans with Verizon to release a flagship 5G smartphone in the first half of 2019.
"Samsung offers end-to-end solutions that are accelerating the wide scale adoption of 5G and help us realize our vision of truly connected living", said Justin Denison, senior vice president, Mobile Product Strategy and Marketing at Samsung Electronics America. Let's dive in to see some more details on the matter. Using a custom smartphone provided by Samsung, Park Jung-ho, the CEO of SK Telecom video called a few of his employees in an operations center located in another city.