And Samsung is apparently considering including reverse wireless charging (something Huawei has already launched), that would allow the Galaxy S10 variant to charge other phones. Samsung Galaxy A9 was first launched at an event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia last month. With the Samsung Galaxy S10 on the way, the time is right.
Out of the supposed four devices now in development, inside sources told the Wall Street Journal that the high-end smartphone is set to feature a 6.7-inch bezel-less screen, a jump from the Note 9's 6.4-inch display. Just like other manufacturers, Samsung has, in the past, released new color options after a launch.
The report also suggests the display specifications to be used in upcoming S-series - 5.8-inch flat screen for the basic variant, 5.8-inch curved display for middle one and the high-end version will come with a curved 6.2-inch display. And that's in part because next year will be the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy S line.
Here Are Amazon's Black Friday Deals For Sunday 18th November
Black Friday falls on November 23 this year where prices on a score of products will be cut for the entirety of the day. Some of the items on offer include a Dyson V8 Absolute, Chromecast, a Fitbit Blaze Smart Watch as well as many more.
After lacklustre sales of the Galaxy S9, it seems Samsung has some big plans in store for its next Galaxy phones. As you can see, the S10 will boast a true edge-to-edge "Infinity-O" display with no bezels or notches taking up screen real estate.
Taking a page out of Apple's playbook, Samsung hopes to reinvigorate interest in its Galaxy smartphone lineup with a major upgrade and design overhaul that will bring 5G network capabilities and as many as six cameras to the planned Galaxy S10 smartphone, according to the Wall Street Journal. The device will also feature 5G support, and Samsung is going for a Spring 2019 release in the United States and South Korea.
As previously reported, Samsung's first foldable smartphone is tipped to unveil in February, launching in March 2018. Basically you'll have more options for Galaxy smartphones in the year 2019 than you've had over the past couple years, and things are about to get wild.