Samsung Galaxy S10 To Launch As Galaxy X; Rumored Specs, Features Detailed
Despite that the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ were just unveiled a few months ago during the MWC 2018, tech enthusiasts are now looking forward to the next premium device from Samsung. As a matter of fact, recent reports suggest that the upcoming flagship smartphone will be named as Samsung Galaxy X instead of Galaxy S10.
Samsung Galaxy S10 or Galaxy X Naming
There have been talks that the South Korean tech company will be dropping the Galaxy S10 name in favor Galaxy X moniker. Many suggest that with the competition between Samsung and Apple the former might be utilizing the letter ‘X’ as an avowal against the Cupertino-based tech firm that its major contender will carry in something that’s far better than the company’s iPhone X. Nonetheless, despite this speculation, Samsung hasn’t confirmed any name yet. Therefore, it’s advised to take this information with skepticism.
Samsung Galaxy S10 or Galaxy X Rumored Specs and Features
Here are the speculated specs and features that the Samsung Galaxy S10 or Galaxy X might have:
The Samsung Galaxy S10 or Galaxy X is speculated to flaunt a next-generation OLED screen and a screen-to-body ratio that might be greater than 93 percent. Though there are no extensive details about the upcoming smartphone’s display, it is believed that the resolution will be the same as what the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S8 have. What Samsung might be planning is to lessen the bezels from the top frame, sides, and chin to give the handset a truly bezel-less appearance.
When it comes to the processor, it is anticipated that the Samsung Galaxy S10 or Galaxy X will be engineered by Snapdragon 855. This chipset could be the first SoC to be invented on the innovative 7nm process. Meanwhile, the Exynos equivalent will be the successor of the Exynos 9810, which is allegedly named Exynos 9820. Additionally, there were also rumors stating that Samsung would be integrating its in-house GPU solution along with the CPU.
RAM and Memory
RAM and memory wise, rumors suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S10 or the Galaxy X might be the first flagship device from the South Korean tech company to feature the LPDDR5 memory. Incorporating this piece of technology would lead to better battery life for the users. For the RAM, we might see 6GB and 8GB RAM variants and this might be a good idea to enhance the UI.
Apart from the possible specs and features that are mentioned above, Bell has tipped that at least three tech companies are working hand in hand to develop Samsung Galaxy S10 or Galaxy X’s in-display fingerprint reader technology. The companies that are working for this to be possible are the Qualcomm, Synaptics, and Aegis Tech. Fascinatingly, these firms aren’t only concentrated on an under-screen fingerprint scanner. In fact, there’s also a possibility that the Galaxy S10 might also feature a 3D camera sensing technology that’s similar to the Face ID system of the Cupertino-based tech company’s iPhone X.
As of this moment, these are the alleged specs and features of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 or Galaxy X. Since these are just speculations it is advised that the aforementioned details will be taken with a grain of salt. Always keep an eye for further updates regarding the forthcoming flagship handset from Samsung.