Even with the reveal of Samsung's oddball folding phone, all eyes are still on the upcoming flagship. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is one of the most anticipated phones of 2019, expected to be released early next year. If you're eagerly holding out for news on the Galaxy S10, here's everything we know (and think we know) about Samsung's next phone.
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Samsung is reportedly working on a 5G-capable smartphone for release in early 2019. By most accounts, this will be the tenth-anniversary Galaxy S10 model which will be tailor made for Verizon's 5G network in the US. But what about Australia? Here's what you need to know.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 has been subject to a rumour blitzkrieg over the past few months. Everything from the number of cameras (allegedly five) to the CPU (a beastly Exynos 9820) has been leaked. Now, fresh details have emerged about the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. Apparently, it will be Qualcomm's best and most powerful sensor to date.
Last month, we reported that the Samsung Galaxy S10 might come with five cameras - two in the front and three in the rear. Today, a fresh S10 leak has significantly bolstered this theory. If true, it means the S10 will almost certainly have a much better camera than the Galaxy Note 9 and might just be worth holding out for. Here are the details.
We're still several months away from the release of a new flagship smartphone from Samsung but that doesn't mean the rumours and leaks aren't coming in thick and fast. Ming-Chi Kuo, from TF International Securities, has a reputation for delivering high quality information on upcoming products and his sources have given him the inside track on a number of things we've not picked up on before.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is shaping up to be something very special indeed. Previously, we've heard murmurings of a fingerprint-sensing touchscreen, a truly bezel-free display and a Exynos 9820 CPU featuring a next-gen Mongoose M4 core.
Now we have some equally intriguing news about the camera. If true, it could blow every other smartphone in early 2019 out of the water.
Samsung is well into the development of several new devices. But two always stand out - the Galaxy S10 smartphone and its partner the Galaxy Note 9. (And that's in addition to the Galaxy Tab S4 we mentioned earlier today.) So, what will the Galaxy S10 and Note 9 bring to the table when they are finally released?