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Rumored Galaxy S10 specifications include AI chip and bigger battery

Almost two weeks before the scheduled launch of the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+, purported specs of Samsung’s 2019 S-series flagship have surfaced in a new rumor out of China. The individual that has provided this information has been correct on multiple accounts in the past. Nonetheless, since it’s still way too early to be speculating about the Galaxy S10, take this information with a heavy dose of salt.

Rumored Galaxy S10 specifications

Given that the Galaxy S9 is going to be a minor update design-wise, one can expect Samsung to introduce major changes with next year’s flagship. As we see quite an emphasis on artificial intelligence across the industry, it makes sense that one of the purported specs includes a dedicated neural processing unit for enhanced AI features. Alongside it an updated Exynos processor and new UFS 3.0 memory; the latter of the two doubling the data transfer speed of the current generation while being more power efficient.

Support for 5G is also said to be present on the Galaxy S10, as 5G networks are expected to be commercialized in the coming year. Samsung may also employ a larger “L” shaped battery to improve battery life. Additionally, we may end up seeing the next generation of the Infinity Display, with an illustrious screen-to-body ratio of 93%. A big focus on 3D tech may also be present with features like facial recognition being improved.


Definitely take this information with a grain of salt, though, as we more than a year out from a potential release of this device. In the meantime check out some of the Galaxy S9 features we at SamMobile are looking forward to, and some leaked cases, renders, and specs for the much anticipated upcoming flagship.

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robertkoa
robertkoa

I hope the S10 does not have innovation to the point where the phone is not practical. Meaning – ■NOT shrinking the bezels to make the device very fragile and using glass which protrudes ABOVE the metal frame- the S9 is beautiful but ‘Fragile by design’ and difficult to protect with a case’. ■ Using 3 different cameras vs. ONE back Camera with a LARGER SENSOR and 3 different Aperture Settings. ■ Taking Pictures in low light is NOT the primary use and what most most of us need in a Camera – higher performance larger sensor with 2 or… Read more »

tester5224
tester5224

Rumor says it would make coffee.
I love rumors that knows what samsung itself does not knows, because it’s not even on the drawing tables yet.

oggi21
oggi21

Money, money, money…

SteveTud
SteveTud

I’ve heard that there will be a Oreo update for a phone i recently paid lots of money for…and it still hasn’t happened.

robertkoa
robertkoa

Do major updates usually work as well ?
Seems like I see a lot of reports of problems on major updates on older phones ?

obeid badgujar
obeid badgujar

WTH. They can’t provide some updates for galaxy s8. And plan goes for galaxy s10. Rofl

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

Not gonna be the S10 though. Horrible name for it.
But rumours have fallen short since the S6.

Viorel Ianasi
Viorel Ianasi

I’ve heard that there will ne no Galaxy S 10! The S9 is the last one which will be released under the Galaxy S name and the next one will be called Galaxy X indeed. That will be the version of the phone with a true full screen dipsplay, edge to edge, top to bottom but with holes on it, where the sensors and earpiece are located. This is so ugly for me, as I dont like or need any of cutts or holes in the display! I want a continuous display, flat and square and not with rounded corners… Read more »

Haskell Java
Haskell Java

heard from what? a BS source site from India? LeL

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

They said that about the s9, predictions will be the S10 will be 2 models:

5.8 inch version
Same design as s9
3000ma battery
Single lens camera
4gb ram
New CPU
£100 more expensive than s9

utvic99
utvic99

Ikr? The S9 is just a rebranded S8 with a re-positioned fingerprint reader, newer CPU and some new features that mimic a better camera which the S8 could also have but Samsung being Samsung simply didn’t want to implement them. Jokes aside, but I definitely think the S9 should have been a much better phone in terms of features and design (and possibly performance), and I still don’t think that would have been enough to justify the price equivalent to the S8+ when it launched last year. Even the S8+ shouldn’t have cost that much, should have cost at least… Read more »

robertkoa
robertkoa

IF they use a larger battery 4000 Mah and flatten out the glass screen so it does not protrude above frame. And use a larger sensor with dual aperture and 6 Gig RAM with a 5G capable device for some future proofing. I don’t know from a marketing standpoint- if AI is going to be the new buzzword. But a larger battery 6 Gig RAM and larger Camera sensor and less fragile would make a real powerhouse phone even it WAS a lot like S9 in appearance. Camera reimagined is good ad copy – But imagine if the Sensor was… Read more »