Samsung foldable smartphone named, priced and unveil dated

Samsung foldable smartphone named, priced and unveil dated

Likely destined for the Galaxy S10, the Exynos 9820 brings together eight processor cores bolstered by a neural processing unit (NPU), making it equipped for on-device artificial intelligence applications. We're coming across new leaks and reports surrounding the specifications and design of the smartphone.

Samsung launched the Galaxy S9 nine months ago now, and as with most companies they tend to use new colour variations to reinvigorate sales as time goes by. While initially it was unclear if the Galaxy S8 series and Note 8 series would get the UI, Samsung later confirmed the same in a statement to Android Authority. This signals that Samsung will use the Infinity-O display it revealed last week in the Galaxy S10.

According to Samsung, single-core performance is 20% improved than the previous generation Exynos chipset. That particular device is rumored to support 5G New Radio connectivity but may only end up being sold in the company's home country.

Samsung's first foldable phone will burn a hole in your wallet if reports of its price prove accurate.

The tweet further suggests that the Galaxy S10 Lite is expected to come in three RAM/ROM variants- 4GB RAM/64GB ROM, 6GB RAM/64GB ROM, and 6GB RAM/128GB ROM.

Upgrade fatigue is believed to be one of the main reason why global smartphone shipments have been stagnating over the course of the past year, according to numerous industry trackers. This new SoC should also power Samsung's foldable phone, which we could see as early as March 2019. While other phone makers have opted for an iPhone X-style notch when approaching this issue, Samsung Galaxy phones have included ultraslim bezels instead.

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