855, 5G, ultrasonic sensor
The Galaxy S10 series and the Galaxy Fold are the next chapter in Samsung’s history and the company decided to use multiple Qualcomm products to power the S10, 10+ and the Galaxy S10 5G.
Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10e
Samsung held its big Unpacked event in San Francisco and has unveiled quite a lot in about an hour and a half, more than anyone expected. With Galaxy Fold as the star of the show, a big part of the event was about the Galaxy S10 series, Samsung's bread and butter, and the series will be larger than ever, with a total of four different smartphones.
Official invitations are out
Samsung has officially confirmed its next big Unpacked event, which will be held on February 20th, in San Francisco, and although the invitation does not reveal a lot of details, it at least confirms the Galaxy 10 name.
Model number, camera position, and no 3.5mm jack
A couple of leaks spotted today, including FCC certification, have provided a bit more information regarding Samsung's upcoming A8s smartphone, which could mark the future path of the company, including the looks of the flagship Galaxy S10, coming later next year.
Exclusive: That is the current plan
Our extremely well-informed sources have confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will ship in late March/early April 2019. This goes for both the Exynos 8920 as well as the Snapdragon 855 version of the phone. Samsung has traditionally been shipping Galaxy S smartphones anywhere from late March to early June, depending on the version of the phone and the region.
5G, Qualcomm and Exynos mix
The chaps at XDA developers have got their hands on a Galaxy S9+ Android 9.0 / Pie ROM and found proof and the codenames for existing and future Galaxy S10 phones.
Rumours of 7nm
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will get 7nm Snapdragon 855 chipset.
The one after Snapdragon 845
Korean based Etnews has mentioned that Qualcomm 7nm manufacturing has been a big win for TSMC while two other US and China customers chose Samsung’s 7nm. TSMC traditionially have dibs on Nvidia and MediaTek too.