Friday , November 27 2020

Samsung to release a flagship with 5G and six cameras

As the world's largest smartphone supplier, Samsung will launch four flagships in the Galaxy S series at the beginning of 2019 and try to beat the sales.

Last year, the publication reminds us that Apple was the first iPhone on the 10th anniversary of the iPhone X, which was distinguished by premium materials, advanced technologies and a high price. A similar move for the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy S series is also being prepared by Samsung: The company will try to impress consumers with the most demanding premium smartphones.

According to broadcast sources, in February, three Samsung Galaxy S10 models are expected to appear in different corners of the screen. This is between 5.8 and 6.4 inches. But all the noise of the Korean company will try to create around the fourth device with the code name "Beyond X" ("After X") which will support working in 5G networks. It is scheduled for sale in South Korea and the United States in the spring of 2019.

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This smart phone will have an even wider display – diagonal 6.7 inches and cameras – six: two front and four rear. Samsung, which we will remember earlier this year, introduced the rear-facing four-camera Galaxy A9.

It says Samsung is also considering the ability to equip the Galaxy S10 with reverse wireless charging technology, so you can plug in another Qi-enabled device to the back panel and use the Samsung flagship as a wireless battery. Huawei introduced this technology in its latest flagship Mate 20 Pro.

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The leading Samsung smartphones from the 2017 and 2018 models are similar to the twins. The main intrigue is: Will the 2019's flagship look like them, or will they try to radically change the design of the company. Perhaps the changes will only affect the top of the screen, where the front camera will be ecek burst ı or üst hole Belki. But it is already known that the Samsung processor will load on new flag ships.

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