Samsung’s Galaxy S10 is almost certain to be the next big smartphone to be revealed by the Korean technology firm and this device could be their most powerful and advanced to date.
With a launch expected in the next few months, the rumours about this flagship have well and truly begun with the S10 expected to get a fully refreshed design, bigger battery, improved camera and the possible inclusion of reverse wireless charging.
This battery technology, which allows the phone to become a charging hotspot for other devices, has already appeared on the new Huawei Mate 20 Pro and Samsung could follow with its own take on this clever feature.
Other reports have suggested that the display will now cover every inch of the S10 with the bezels that currently sit at the top and bottom of the S9 disappearing for good.
One final change could be the inclusion of an all-new and much faster processor and big news on this technology could be announced tomorrow.
Samsung is well known for featuring Qualcomm’s chips in some of its flagship devices and a new Snapdragon processor will likely be revealed this week.
Qualcomm’s yearly Snapdragon Technology Summit gets underway tomorrow in Hawaii and although no official announcements have yet been made the technology firm has hinted at a new mobile platform.
The firm has said that this year will feature a number of industry milestones including an update to the Snapdragon Mobile Platform which will feature in many of next year’s Android flagships.
Along with a new chip, Qualcomm also looks set to reveal more on superfast 5G mobile data speeds and an update about the always-connected PCs.
Speaking ahead of the event Cristiano Amon, president, Qualcomm Incorporated, said: “I am very excited to build upon the success of last year’s Snapdragon Technology Summit and be joined by over 330 global press and analysts in Hawaii again this year.
“This year’s announcements will span across three days, include collaborations with several major industry leaders that will solidify our path to 5G commercialization, and change the way we use mobile devices in 2019 and beyond, creating a truly global moment for customers and tech enthusiasts around the world watching via the livestream.”
Qualcomm’s Summit takes place this week with things getting underway tomorrow.
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