First Official Samsung Galaxy S10 Teaser Released

First Official Samsung Galaxy S10 Teaser Released

To get ready for the launch of the Galaxy S10, we have opened forums for the devices. The phone has two displays - a 4.6-inch screen that is outside and can be used when it is folded and a 7.3-inch screen on the inside when it is laid out flat.

Last week, we reported that the Samsung Galaxy S10 could be coming with an enormous 6.7-inch display, fifth-generation 5G network connectivity and as many as six cameras.

The unfolded screen will split into three active areas that can run three different applications at once to facilitate multitasking. Apparently, the company recently posted an article in which it was explaining its upcoming One UI interface and while doing so the company had also accidentally posted the images of Galaxy S10. Citing a high-level executive from a customer of Samsung, The Korea Herald goes on saying that said meeting happened on Tuesday, and was focused on showing off how the foldable phone would look like once finished.

Samsung believes that AI is most useful when it helps to simplify a complex world. The event, while broadly detailing the new features of the phone, also spent quite a bit of time discussing its power as a gaming device.

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In addition, over the past year, Samsung has consolidated all of its IoT apps into one, simplified and streamlined SmartThings app. The device might incorporate an in-display fingerprint scanner for device security. Samsung has even clung on to the minimal bezel craze in the poster-the number 10 lies halfway between what appears to the edge of the smartphone.

Chinese phone manufacturers are also joining the new race for foldables. World's biggest mobile operators are striving to launch 5G technology as soon as possible.

A previous leak hinted that this won't be a cheap phone.

Another ZTE patent application showed it is developing a double-sided smartphone with a display that wraps around the device.

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