Here Is What We Know So Far About Samsung Galaxy S10
Samsung Galaxy S10 is a highly anticipated smartphone. The handset will mark Samsung’s 10th anniversary. The expectations are high so the South Korean company will try hard not to disappoint. Lately, we received the official confirmation that the chip of the phone will be produced by Qualcomm, and this is good news.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC
The new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC will be released by Qualcomm next year. The new processor was unveiled at an event that took place in Hawaii. A stronger chip comes with numerous advantages. It is also important to remember that 5G service will become available next year, which means that things have aligned just in time for the Samsung Galaxy S10 release.
According to Qualcomm, the new process will be able to handle data speeds 50 up to 100 times faster than the ones of 4G phones. The Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G modem will help Samsung deliver the performance users need.
The new chip will also come with the first Computer Vision ISP, which will have capabilities that are AI-based. This means that the phones that will use these processors will be able to identify objects and faces. There is also the Qualcomm ultrasonic sensor which might be featured on the Samsung Galaxy S10.
The 5G service will launch in the United States next year. Verizon will launch this service and it is very likely that we will receive it from AT&T as well. It appears that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will carry this service, which means that it will have a big advantage over other rivals such as Apple. iPhones are expected to come with 5G support only in 2020, which might be a bit late for those who want this technology as soon as possible.
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