The leaks to the next Galaxy generation, the S10, are getting more and more accurate thanks to some mishaps on the side of Samsung and more reliable sources.
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 launch on February 20th is one of the most hotly anticipated events on the mobile calendar. It must be noted that Samsung officially announced the industry's first 8GB LPDDR5 DRAM module for mobiles back in July past year, which might well make its way to the Galaxy S10 series. A fourth model is also on the cards and that will feature 5G connectivity.
That's in addition to rumored features we've heard about like those six cameras (two selfie shooters and a quad-lens module on the rear), 3D sensors on the front and back, and a huge 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display.More news: Female bodyguard latest to quit Meghan Markle's entourage
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In a blog post published Monday outlining the company's new One UI design, Samsung may have accidentally displayed the interface on the upcoming Galaxy S10 before its official release; yesterday, the images were swapped for those of a more generic-looking device.
Leave it to Samsung to build up the hype for its new phone especially when they will be introducing some breakthroughs in smartphone technology like a continuous screen from end to end called "Infinity-O display". Meanwhile, a small startup named Royole is already selling a foldable smartphone in China.
Samsung said the slogan "unfolding the future" showed its dedication to bringing smartphone innovation, but did not comment further. The Journal claims that Samsung has reportedly told its partners that the foldable phone may hit retail shelves in April, though a date or name have yet to get finalised. The phone is rumoured to cost in the vicinity of $1500.