More ambitious Samsung flagship models are expected to hit the consumer market in the coming year. The Korean company, which still remains the leader in global smartphone shipments, is planning to release four premium models of its Samsung Galaxy S line to maintain its status as the largest manufacturer.
In February 2019, the announcement of three new products of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series is expected, with screen options ranging from 5.8 to 6.4 inches. However, even more interesting is the fourth flagship smartphone with support for 5G technology. The flagship with a 6.7-inch screen will receive four rear and two selfie cameras. According to some reports, its debut in the US and Korean markets will take place in the spring of next year.
In parallel, the Korean company is working on the possibility of equipping the future flagship model of the Samsung Galaxy S10 line with a wireless charging system. To use the Samsung flagship as a charger, just attach another phone with the built-in Qi standard to its back panel. Huawei's Mate 20 Pro has similar technology.
For the upcoming flagship Samsung Galaxy S, the Korean manufacturer has released the latest proprietary Exynos 9820 Tri-Cluster processor, which is the successor to the previous 9810. The eight-core chipset has four high-performance and four energy-saving cores. It includes a 2-Gigabit LTE modem, an NPU module for neural network computing, and Mali G76 MP12 graphics. The manufacturer claims the ability of the graphics accelerator to output up to 30 frames per second in 4K resolution.
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