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WE ARE NOW JUST WEEKS since the launch of the Galaxy S10 line, which seems to be Samsung's most interesting smartphone.

According to online whispers, Samsung's 10th anniversary smartphone line will be made up of the Galaxy S10, S10 + and S10e. The higher specification models, the rumors suggest, may be the first to adopt Samsung's Infinity-O monitor, a fingerprint scanner on display and a triple camera, while the so-called "budget" model will offer buyers an affordable option. first time.

We've put together everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy S10 entry line so far, and we'll update this article as we hear more.

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Samsung announced an Unpacked event for February 20 (below), where it is expected to show the Galaxy S10, S10 + and S10 Lite.

Following its inauguration, the Galaxy S10 will be available for pre-order immediately, before it goes on sale March 8.

According to a report in Gizmodo, The so called & # 39; budget & # 39; Galaxy S10 will offer 128 GB of storage and retail for 699 pounds, the regular S10 will offer storage of 128 GB or 512 GB for 799 pounds and 999 pounds respectively, and the S10 Plus will offer variants of 128GB, 512GB and 1TB costs £ 899, £ 1,099 and an eye of £ 1,399.

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The Galaxy S10 could be one of the first devices to support WiFi 6, according to FCC records viewed by Droid-Life. That all confirms, however, that Samsung's trio of smartphones will use Qualcomm's 855 Snapdragon processor, ready for WiFi 6, and should mean that the S10, S10 + and S10e will support WiFi connectivity faster and more efficiently. However, you will need a WiFi 6 router to take advantage of this.

4/2/19: With just two weeks left before the official launch of the Galaxy S10, a major leak revealed the full specifications and pricing details of the schedule.

The leak, which comes courtesy of Twitter user @ ishanagarwal24 and MySmartPrice, claims that the S10 line will be made up of the Galaxy S10, S10e and S10 +, the latter of which could have a robust storage of 12GB of RAM and 1TB. This setting will cost you, however, with its price tag set at € 1,499.

According to the leak, the S10 will be available in configurations of 6 GB + 128 GB and 8 GB + 512 GB, costing € 899 and € 1149, respectively. The S10e, known as the S10 lite, will have 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage and will be priced at 749 euros, according to the leak.

Line-up color options are also displayed; the S10e will be available in yellow, black, green and white (with a blue version being released "later"), the S10 and S10 + in black, green, white and blue. The variant face of 12 GB + 1 TB is supposed to be offered in the variants Ceramic Black & # 39; and & quot; Ceramic White & quot ;.

1/19/19: An official look rendering of the Galaxy S10 + left little to the imagination, confirming the notch of the headset's punch and the configuration of the triple-lens rear camera. The image (below), by 91Mobiles "reliable source," also shows no sign of a physical fingerprint sensor, yet more concrete evidence that the device will adopt a sensor on display.

1/31/19: Galaxy S10 5G variant not ready to launch on Korean website The investor reports.

One vendor told the company that the mass production of the Galaxy S10 started on January 25, but that only includes 4G models, rather than those running on 5G networks. Instead, the report states, the production of the Galaxy S10 5G variant will begin "later during the first half of 2019".

The report also shows that all S10 models will have an on-screen fingerprint sensor – discrediting previous speculation that the cheaper & # 39; S10 Lite & # 39; would have a sensor mounted on the side.

"All three S10 smartphones will house a fingerprint sensor below the screen, allowing users to identify more conveniently than ever before," the source said.

Elsewhere, the report confirms previous rumors that the S10 line will feature triple-lens cameras, pre-installed screen protectors and storage of up to 1TB.

29/1/19: Samsung has long been accused of copying Apple, but now it looks like it is turning its attention to Huawei with plans to outfit the Galaxy S10 with reverse wireless charging. Backing up a previous Evan Blass serial spill forecast, TechTastic reports that all four S10 models will offer the feature, dubbed "Powershare," which will allow users to charge other gadgets through direct contact with their smartphone.

1/23/19: Italian website Android Tutto revealed pricing details for the Samsung Galaxy S10 entry line. According to the site, the lowest specification model – the Galaxy S10E – will be sold for 779 euros (680 pounds) and will come in a single variant with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

The normal S10 will fetch 929 € (810 pounds) for the 6GB / 128GB model and 1179 € (1030 €) for the 8GB / 512GB variant. And the same storage configurations for the S10 + will cost £ 1049 (£ 920) and £ 1299 (£ 1135), respectively.

Samsung's highest specification model S10 – the S10 Plus with 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage – will have cost € 1599 (£ 1,400).

This corresponds almost perfectly to an earlier leak from Gizmodo UK, which claimed that the S10E would cost 699 pounds, the S10 from 799 pounds to 990 pounds, and the S10 from 899 pounds to a 1,399 pound cart.

22/1/19: With just a few weeks to the official launch of Samsung, the formation of the Galaxy S10 leaked in full. Evan Blass posted an image of the trio of smartphones (below), which he claims to be officially known as the Galaxy S10, S10 + and S10E – the latter probably a reference to Lite & # 39; there are plenty of rumors from Samsung.

The official-looking image, which shows cases from the Speck accessory manufacturer, seems to confirm the display of the Infinity-O monitors, with the S10 and S10E boasting a single hole, and the S10 Plus a longer, longer cutout to house. their dual front cameras.

21/1/19: We have already seen the S10 + equipped with Snapdragon in Geekbench (below), and now the Samsung Galaxy S10, connected to Exynos, made an appearance.

The device in question is running Samsung's Exynos 9820 SoC homemade, along with 6 GB of RAM, and is a similar story to the previous one. While it outperforms the Snapdragon 855 variant with a score of 4382 compared to a score of 3413, they both fall short of the single-core performance of the iPhone XS line with A12 Bionic engine, which raises a score of 4797.

When it comes to multi-core performance, the Galaxy S10 scored 9,570, lagging behind the Huawei's Mate 20 series.

17/1/19: We are still more than a month away from Samsung's Unpacked event, but the leaked Galaxy S10 + has already been photographed in the wild. The image (below), shared on Reddit, confirms that this S10 model will feature a dual selfie camera, which will be stored in an elongated piercing hole in the upper right corner of the screen.

The spy photo poster, supposedly taken on the bus to / from the Samsung campus in Suwon, says the pre-production device also has a fingerprint scanner on the display and a smaller footprint than the Galaxy Note 9 in size similar.

06/01/19/19: The Galaxy S10 + made a premature appearance on the Geekbench before its unveiling on February 20. The device, which features the model number SM-G975U, will pair a Snapdragon 855 SoC with 6 GB of RAM, according to the listing, contradicting previous rumors that the smartphone could come with up to 10 GB or 12 GB of RAM. Or, it may be that only the lowest specification base model has received an initial test.

The alleged Galaxy S10 Plus earned a unique score of 3,413 – falling slightly short of Samsung's Samsung Exynos 9810, and a multi-core score of 10,256, surpassing Huawei's Kirin 980 CPU. However, the tested handset was probably a unit with non-final tests, so we would not read those numbers very much yet.

1/15/19: The Galaxy S10 X will be Samsung's first 5G smartphone, according to ET News. In addition to support for 5G connectivity, the report says the 10th anniversary commemorative device will have a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display, six cameras, 1 TB of internal storage and a gigantic 5,000mAh battery.

The "secret weapon" of the Samsung Galaxy S10 X will be its "standard of living" mode, according to ET News, an artificial intelligence management system to automate various functions.

The Galaxy S10 X will debut in Korea on March 29 and could cost up to 1,299 pounds. It is not clear if this model will be released in the UK.

14/1/19: The latest leak of the Galaxy S10 is courtesy of Samsung who accidentally shared images (below) of the Galaxy S10 in an article about its new user interface. Spotted by Reddit qgtx user, the article – which has already been updated – originally showed a phone with a punch-hole camera in the upper right corner, a feature set to debut on the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus input.

10/01/19: Samsung has shut down CES to announce an Unpacked launch event for February 20, where the Galaxy S10 is expected to be unveiled. The company will skip the MWC and instead hold events in London and San Francisco and keep our lips shut about what we can expect but promises to showcase "devices that" will usher in new Galaxy experiences based on 10 years of innovation ".

01/09/19: The UK mobile operator EE has confirmed that it will soon begin offering the Galaxy S10, opening the pre-registration for the smartphone that should be announced at the MWC next month. The new Samsung Galaxy is about to change its world, we can not say much more at the moment, but it's safe to say you can get excited. "

07/01/19: Samsung confirmed that the first 5G smartphone will be released in the first half of 2019 during the CES press conference on Monday, probably a nod to the Galaxy S10 5G variant. No additional details have been revealed, but carrier Sprint has also confirmed it will be offering a 5G-enabled Samsung device later this year.

01/04/19: The Galaxy S10 will follow the Huawei Mate 20 Pro by offering reverse wireless charging support. So says Blor, even notorious that tweeted that Samsung's flagship entry will allow users to "charge wirelessly other compatible devices such as handsets and watches" by placing them in the chassis of the handset.

Blass also shared an image of the Galaxy S10 (above), and although the blurry image does not show much, it confirms the free front of the front panel of the device with the Infinity-O screen.

03/03/19: The Samsung Galaxy S10 + can give Note 9 a run for its money in terms of screen size, according to a new video shared by Ice Universe.

The video shows a supposed S10 +, Note 9 and Oppo Find X being squeezed into a case designed for Samsung's flagship. Although Note 9 is significantly too large, the S10 + is expected to offer the same 6.4-inch screen surrounded by smaller frames. The Find X fits perfectly in the case, suggesting that the dimensions of the S10 + will be similar to those of the 6.2 in S9 +.

The video does not tell us much that we still do not know about Samsung's flagship in 2019, but it seems to confirm that it will retain the 3.5mm headphone connector.

01/02/19: The so-called Galaxy S10 Lite was featured in high-quality rendering, courtesy of Ice Universe tipster.below).

The leak confirms that the device, which should be the cheapest S10 line, will have a screen almost without bevel, with a small cutout for the front camera, making use of the "Infinity-O" screen from Samsung. . The image also reveals that the S10 Lite volume rockers are located on the left edge of the device and the USB Type-C port is on the bottom edge, next to the speaker grille and the 3.5 mm audio jack.

December 21, 18: British retailer Mobile Fun has started flogging cases for Samsung's Galaxy S10 line, which the company says will include the S10 Lite, S10 Plus and S10 Edge, with the aim of reviving the monitor's "Edge & # 39; which is not used since the Galaxy. S8

The retailer also says that all S10 handsets will come with a standard screen protector, and says the handsets will be available in various colors, including Berry Pink, Yellow and Green.

December 19, 18: The Galaxy S10 may have suffered its first leak, after allegedly being spotted on a South Korean subway. The device was spotted by Twitter user inss0317 and first reported by WCCFtech, which states that the leaked image (below) shows the S10 with its top and bottom frames and its on-screen camera located in the upper right corner.

12/17/18: British retailer MobileFun prematurely unveiled its Galaxy S10 line of accessories, adding weight to rumors that the flagship could offer a triple-lens camera configuration. The cases (below), made by Olixar, shows that the S10 will look a bit similar to its brother Note 9, with its bulky dimensions and array of horizontal cameras. However, they also seem to show an additional camera lens, adding credibility to recent leaks that pointed to standard / wide / tele camera setup for the Galaxy S10.

12/14/18: The latest version of Android Beta beta has raised rumors that the Galaxy S10 will have an "ultra-wide" camera. As reported by SamMobile, the beta includes a switch in camera settings that allows ultra-high-definition images to be saved without distortion. However, the report notes that this lens correction feature may only be for the A7 (2018) and A9 (2018), and Samsung has not yet commented.

12/12/18: Gizmodo, citing a source at a "major technology retailer," unveiled plans to launch Samsung Galaxy S10.

Three models – the regular model S10, a Plus model and a cheaper "flat" model – will be released ahead of the Mobile World Congress next year at an Unpacked event on February 20, according to the report. The phone will be available for pre-order from that date and will be released on March 8.

Gizmodo also has the skinny knows how much the device will cost; the so-called & # 39; budget & # 39; will offer 12GB storage and retail for £ 699, the regular S10 will offer 128GB or 512GB storage for £ 799 and £ 999 respectively, and the S10 Plus will offer variants of 128GB, 512GB and 1TB £ 899, £ 1,099 and an eye of 1,399 .

There is not much information on the 5G variant, but Gizmodo notes that 5G services will not be available on the S10 at launch, with its source claiming that they will not reach "Late Q2 at Least."

10/12/18: An alleged prototype of the Galaxy S10 Plus appeared offline, suggesting it could take a corner. posted by SlashLeaks (below), the image suggests that instead of a 20-esque Honor View cutout, the banner holder could adopt a sturdy slot in the upper right corner to house what appears to be a dual-camera setup.

Evleaks does not agree, however, as he posted images over the weekend depicting three Galaxy S10 models with puncture cutouts & # 39; centrally placed.

12/5/18: A mega-leak courtesy of 91Mobiles and OnLeaks gave us a full summary of the Galaxy S10 Plus. Leaked rendering of the stand shows the Samsung's almost unmelted display, the quadruple camera configuration, and Samsung's front-facing camera trim, which looks set to house two front-facing cameras to facilitate the company's enhanced face recognition technology.

91Mobiles also confirms that the S10 Plus will have a 6.4-inch dual-edge AMOLED display, an ultrasonic fingerprint on-screen scanner similar to the one seen on the OnePlus 6T, and a 3.5mm headphone connector next to its USB port -W. The device will measure at 157.5 x 75.0 x 7.8mm, according to the leak, but will be in mass to 9mm, thanks to its configuration of the outgoing rear camera.

At least one variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10 could pack 12GB of RAM.

This is according to a report from Hong Kong GF Securities, Which states that Samsung's flagship will be the first to have 12GB of RAM; more than the 10 GB set of RAM to be placed within the McLaren edition of OnePlus 6T.

The same report states that Samsung will increase internal storage to 1TB; the kind of specification you'll usually find on a next-generation laptop.

GF Securities does not tell us much about what we do not yet know, but notes that the Galaxy S10 will be available in the white, black, yellow and green versions, some of which will be gradients similar to Huawei.

11/30/18: The Galaxy S10 + was detected in AnTuTu, packing Samsung's newly announced Exynos 9820 processor.

Introduced earlier this month, Samsung's next-generation Exynos SoC is the first to come with an on-board neural processing (NPU) mechanism, which means that AI-centric tasks can be performed on the chip itself. The company also boasted that the processor will offer a 20% increase in single core performance compared to its predecessor and a 40% improvement in power efficiency.

At the time, Samsung did not say when we were seeing its Exyos 9820 in the wild, but a new reference result from AnTuTu suggests that it will be debuting inside the Galaxy S10.

The benchmark, shared by Ice Universe (below), is supposedly for the Exynos-powered version of the Galaxy S10 + equipped with 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage. The device had a respectable number 325.076 on the benchmarking platform, surpassing the Huawei P20 Pro score of 273,295 but not matching the iPhone XS, which leads the AnTuTu ranking with a score of 352,405.

The Galaxy S10 + will likely also be released with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 chip in some markets, and that variant could topple Apple's flagship. A device with the next generation flagship SoC was located in AnTuTu with a score of 362,292.

11/23/18: The Galaxy S10 could completely eliminate the panels and not adopt an iPhone-style slot if we believe in a leaked screen saver.

The screensaver leaked into a video shared by Ice Universe (below), and if it is legitimate, shows that the frames of Samsung's Galaxy S10 will be almost nonexistent.

It will not adopt a screen clipping like most new Android flags, and despite recent rumors that the S10 would be one of the first to feature a selfie camera & punch hole & # 39; – Adopting Infinity O & # 39; Samsung – There is no sign of the camera hole in this last leak.

11/21/18: Samsung is preparing a variant of the Galaxy S10 with 5G support and six cameras, according to Wall Street Journal.

The newspaper, quoting "people familiar with the subject," reports that Samsung is planning to release four variants of the Galaxy S10, including a 6.7-inch model – codenamed Beyond X – that will support 5G and pack six cameras; two in the front and four in the back.

Adding weight to the rumors of an MWC inauguration, the WSJ notes that Samsung will unveil this model in mid-February but notes that its launch will depend on the availability of 5G networks. It is unclear if the model's device will reach the Blighty, however; The report notes that Samsung is in talks with the networks of AT & T, T-Mobile and South Korea.

The other three models of the Galaxy S10 will not be so ridiculously like the WSJ reports that they offer screens ranging from 5 to 5 inches and will offer between three and five cameras. However, devices can add a reverse wireless charging feature that would allow devices to wirelessly process other devices, similar to Huawei 20 Pro Partner.

The WSJ also has some information on the smartphone & # 39; Galaxy F & # 39; Samsung's foldable, which can be launched as the Galaxy Flex ™.

11/13/18: The entrance The Samsung Galaxy S10 will feature a selfie camera and a fingerprint scanner built into your screen.

At least this is in agreement with notorious informant Evan Blass, who tweeted on Tuesday (below) that the Galaxy S10 will be the first to feature a selfie camera & punch hole & # 39; – Adopting Infinity O & # 39; from Samsung.

Instead of the controversial notch, this display will include a small hole in the upper left corner that houses the front camera.

If Blass's latest forecasts are about money, the Galaxy S10 will also be Samsung's first flagship to present a fingerprint scanner on the display. This will be an ultrasonic sensor, as found in OnePlus 6T and Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

Elsewhere, the tweet adds weight to previous rumors that the S10 will feature a triple camera setup at the rear and the new user interface "One & # 39; from Samsung served at the top of Android Pie.

Samsung's Galaxy S10 lineup, which is supposed to include standard models of size and budget, is expected to make its debut at MWC next year with a 5G model to follow in March.

10/27/18: Samsung to launch three Galaxy S10 models next year, according to a report by Bloomberg.

Supporting the previous forecasts of analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, BloombergSources say the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus will pack OLED curved screen with "almost no panel" and a built-in fingerprint sensor. There will not be a notch, says the report, with the front camera visible and folded under the screen.

On the back, the S10 models will pack a rival triple camera configuration from Huawei, and at the bottom, there will be a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Samsung is also planning a "cheaper" variant of the S10, according to Bloombergfonts that do not have the & quot; edge & # 39; curved phone that has been a trademark of Samsung's phones since the Galaxy Note Edge in 2014. However, it may come with a fingerprint sensor on the screen "depending on costs", the fonts add.

And backing up recent Korean rumors, the report claims that the Galaxy S10 will be Samsung's first 5G-capable smartphone. The company is in talks with Verizon to launch a 5G version of the Galaxy S10 to the US, although it is unclear if the model will be offered here at Blighty.

O Bloomberg The report also unveils the rumors of Samsung's foldable smartphone, code-named "Winner". Despite speculation that the device could be launched at Samsung's Developer Conference next month, the company is still deciding whether the device will be folded vertically or horizontally.

The device, inclined to arrive as the Galaxy X, will not have a fingerprint scanner on the screen due to "technical difficulties", but will offer users an extra 4-inch display that can be used when the phone is closed.

Samsung, of course, did not comment on the rumors, saying in a statement: "We are continually evolving our portfolio of smartphones to provide our customers with new and exciting innovations and experiences. Please stay tuned. "

10/12/18: The Galaxy S10 could be Samsung's latest flagship to keep the 3.5mm headset.

So say ET News, which reports that while the Galaxy S10 will probably hold the door, Samsung is planning to remove the headset in the Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy S11. Instead, the company will feature a combination of the USC Type-C port of the phone and a headset dongle, according to the report.

ET News does not say why Samsung would want to get rid of the headset, but speculates that like other manufacturers, the company simply wants to save space to other parties.

03/03/18: A new report detailed the configuration of the triple camera that Samsung will push into the Galaxy S10.

According to the report, SamMobile, the Galaxy S10 will feature the same 12MP f1.5 / 2.4 variable aperture lens as the Galaxy S10 along with a 16MP f / 1.9 "super wide-angle" lens with a 123-degree field of view and a 13MP f2.4 sensor.

The report notes that the wide-angle lens does not have optical image stabilization and autofocus.

This triple camera configuration seems destined for the more specular Galaxy S10 model, according to SamMobile. An "affordable" model will feature a single camera lens, while the Galaxy S10 standard will have a dual camera configuration.

8/18/18: A slide from Samsung has hinted that it will launch four different versions of the Galaxy S10.

According to XML files hidden within the company's Android 9.0 update, XDA-Developers, the four devices are codenamed "0" in addition to "1", "2" and " and & quot; beyond 25g & quot ;.

This adds weight to recent rumors that Samsung is planning to launch a 5G variant of the S10. According to online whispers, this model will pack almost identical specifications to the Galaxy S10 Plus (or & # 39; in addition to 2 "), but will feature additional sensors to facilitate 5G communications.

While the leak does not tell us much about the devices, XDA notes that all four devices are likely to be launched with next-generation silicon from Samsung or Qualcomm (the Exynos 9820 or Snapdragon 8150), while the 5G model will probably pack it with Qualcomm. Snapdragon X50 or Samsung's own Exynos 5100 modem.

17/9/18: The Galaxy S10 could have a screen format of 19: 9, according to the leaked benchmarks.

The HTML5test benchmarking tool published the results of a SM-G405F running Android 9.0 Foot. Although it is not confirmed that this model number related to the Galaxy S10, SamMobile reports that the benchmark lists a resolution of 412 x 869 pixels, larger than the 412 x 846 pixel resolution listed for the Galaxy S9, suggesting that the mysterious device will join the Samsung S-Series line.

Although the listing does not tell us much more, these numbers suggest that the Galaxy S10 could have a higher 19: 9 screen, as opposed to the aspect ratio of 18: 5.9 on the Galaxy S9. This is supported by recent rumors that the standard bearer will display bezel notoriously reduced compared to its predecessor.

These leaked benchmarks come shortly after DJ Koh, CEO of Samsung's mobile business, confirming that the changes in the design of the Galaxy S10 will be "very significant."

Speaking to Chinese media, Koh suggested that the company's 10th anniversary smartphone will be more than an incremental upgrade – as the S9 went to the S8 – adding that the S10 would be offered in "amazing" new colors.

10/9/18: The Galaxy S10 is supposed to be Samsung's "most expensive" smartphone, thanks to its 5G technology.

So, says Korean website The bell, which reports that Samsung will release a 5G version of the Galaxy S10 that could make the iPhone XS look cheap. The report notes that the model, which will have the same specifications as the S10 Plus, will require "four to five more antennas" than the current 4G handsets, before concluding that "the price of the series may be the most expensive."

In addition to its added 5G modules and high-end price tag, The bell reports that the S10 will feature a 6.44in display and will – along with the S10 Plus – be the first upcoming S-series smartphone equipped with a dual camera in the front and a triple camera in the rear.

The S10 line, slated to be unveiled at CES next year, can be launched "before and after March 5, when domestic mobile operators start the 5G service," the report notes.

28/8/18: Samsung will equip all three models of the Galaxy S10 with an on-screen fingerprint sensor, according to a report from The investor.

Although previous reports have suggested that the S10 model of & # 39; entry level & # 39; you would lose the scanner, it is now being reported that all three models will present the technology on the screen.

According The investor, the two high-end models will have a fingerprint sensor based on ultrasonic display, while the entry-level model will have an optical fingerprint sensor.

"Os dois modelos topo de linha do Galaxy S virão equipados com um scanner ultrassônico de impressões digitais na tela, enquanto o outro conterá um sensor de impressão digital embaixo da tela", disse um funcionário da indústria de exibição ao site.

O sensor ultrassônico, que provavelmente será fornecido pela Qualcomm, criará uma impressão digital mapeada em 3D para digitalizar os dígitos de um usuário, tornando-a mais precisa do que os scanners tradicionais. Não é afetado por graxa, suor ou luz, de acordo com o relatório.

O sensor óptico, que será "três vezes mais barato" do que a alternativa ultra-sônica, funciona como uma câmera digital, capturando uma imagem bidimensional de uma impressão digital. Ele não é tão preciso quanto o scanner que será lançado nos dois modelos topo de linha da S10, e terá dificuldades para digitalizar os dedos se estiverem sujos, muito úmidos ou muito secos, ou se luzes externas entrarem no caminho.

25/7/18: A Samsung está projetando sua própria GPU que terá um "design inteiramente novo" e poderá fazer sua estréia no Galaxy S10.

As notícias, primeiro quebradas por Falar gráfico e mais tarde corroborado pelo confiável Conferente Ice Universo (below), afirma que a Samsung está desenvolvendo uma GPU interna que oferece "desempenho / watt líder" em simulações.

A GPU terá uma arquitetura totalmente nova que poderia fazer funcionar em todos os smartphones para supercomputadores, de acordo com um analista informado sobre o trabalho.

"Este é realmente um grande negócio – é o primeiro novo design de GPU em 10 anos", disse Jon Peddie, diretor da Jon Peddie Research.

A GPU da Samsung poderia "igualar-se à Apple", acrescentou Peddie. "Esse design é tão bom que eles poderiam implantá-lo em todas as plataformas – é uma função de sua ambição. Se eu possuísse, seria em tudo, incluindo cockpits e supercomputadores".

A GPU, desenvolvida pelo novato da Samsung, Dr. Chien-Ping Lu, um veterano gráfico que já trabalhou na Nvidia e na MediaTek, deve aparecer pela primeira vez em um processador Samsung Exynos – um sinal de que pode surgir no décimo aniversário da empresa. S10

The company has not decided whether it will license the technology, according to the report.

20/7/18: The Samsung Galaxy S10 will have significantly smaller bezels than its S9 predecessor, according to the latest rumours.

While the Galaxy S9 was pretty much a carbon copy of the Galaxy S8 before it, despite rumours that it would boast significantly smaller bezels, it looks like Samsung has been saving these big upgrades for its 10th anniversary Galaxy S release.

According to Twitter tipster Ice Universe, the Galaxy S10's screen to body ratio will be "greatly improved" compared to the S9. There's no word on specifics, but it's likely the Samsung will eliminate the bottom bezel on the device to achieve a screen to body ratio of around 90 per cent.

Currently, the Galaxy S9 has a screen-to-body ratio of around 84 per cent.

In a follow-up tweet, Ice Universe also suggests that the S10 will offer improvements in the battery department, saying: "If you use the more sophisticated packaging technology SLP, then the battery is definitely bigger than the S9, and the Samsung president said that he is working hard to solve the charging speed problem."

18/7/17: Qualcomm has shown off an early prototype of its ultrasonic fingerprint scanner that's expected to debut on the Galaxy S10.

According to Twitter tipster Ice Universe, Samsung will be among the first to work with Qualcomm's in-display fingerprint scanning technology. He quotes Samsung CEO Dj Koh as saying that the S10 won't adopt an optical fingerprinting solution because "optical fingerprinting can cause a bad user experience."

Qualcomm's ultrasonic tech, tested by CNET, "uses sound waves to generate a map of your fingerprint, with the wave of pressure bouncing off the contours of your skin."

The technology, which could spell the end of the physical home button, also offers a number of advantages over optical scanners, the report notes. It can scan a finger if it's wet, has a lag time of just 250 milliseconds, boasts a one per cent rejection rate and is measures in at just 0.15mm, so it won't result in chunky smartphones.

Qualcomm has confirmed that the tech will start showing up in smartphones next spring.

17/7/18: Apple guru Ming-Chi Kuo has turned his attention for Samsung and is predicting that the Galaxy S10 will come in three sizes.

In a report seen by Business Insider, Kuo says he expects the Galaxy S10 to be made available in 5.8in, 6.1in and 6.4in models – almost identical to the sizes that Kuo expects Apple's 2018 iPhones to come in.

Adding weight to recent rumours, Kuo expects the larger two S10 models to include in-display fingerprint sensors, and the smaller model to include a fingerprint sensor on the side.

Kuo adds that Samsung will "aggressively" promote the on-screen fingerprint scanning – likely because it's a feature Apple's not planning to include on its incoming iPhones.

Kuo predicts Samsung could ship 40 million Galaxy S10 phones next year, mostly the two larger models – no doubt the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. Samsung could also ship 14 million to 16 million Galaxy Note 10 phones next year, according to the report.

10/7/18: Samsung's Galaxy S10 Plus will arrive kitted out with five (five!) cameras, The Bell reports.

Samsung is reportedly planning three Galaxy S10 models for 2019, with earlier rumours claiming the highest-spec Galaxy S10 Plus will include a P20 Pro-rivalling triple-lens rear camera setup, much like Apple's incoming iPhone X Plus.

Korean website The Bell is now reporting that the S9 Plus successor will also feature a dual-camera setup on its front, likely to enable face-scanning tech similar to Apple's Face ID. Earlier rumours claimed Samsung's easily-fooled iris scanner will be replaced by a 3D-sensing camera on next year's S10 lineup.

The report also has some more information on the S10 Plus' rumoured triple-lens setup, which will allegedly comprise a wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens, and a new 16MP, 120-degree ultra wide-angle lens.

The standard Galaxy S10 (codenamed 'Beyond 1') and entry-level ('Beyond 0') models aren't expected to offer such high-end camera credentials, though. The S10 will offer the same tri-camera setup on the back but only one on the front, according to the report, while  'Beyond 0' will reportedly come with a standard two cameras – one on the front and one on the back.

9/7/18: Samsung is planning a 'budget' version of Galaxy S10 that won't feature an in-display fingerprint scanner, according to The Bell.

Adding weight to earlier rumours (below), the Korean website reports that Samsung is developing three variants of the Galaxy S10, codenamed 'Beyond 0', 'Beyond 1' and 'Beyond 2'.

The Bell states that while the latter two will be high-end devices that will feature screen-embedded fingerprint sensors, Beyond 0 will the first "entry-level" device in Samsung's S series lineup.

This model won't feature an in-display fingerprint scanner, according to the report, and will instead feature a side-mounted sensor similar to that seen on Moto Z3 Play and past Sony devices. If legit, this will be the first time that Samsung adopts such positioning for a fingerprint sensor, with The Bell noting that it's likely to be located along on the right edge of the user's thumb.

The decision to exclude an in-display fingerprint sensor on the Beyond 0 variant has been reportedly made, unsurprisingly, to cut costs.

The Fingerprint on Display (FOD) tech on the S10 series, set to be supplied by chipmaker Qualcomm, costs $15 per module, according to the report – seven times more expensive than the $2 module currently found on Samsung's flagship phones.

26/6/18: Samsung might be planning to release three new Galaxy S10 devices next year, according to Korean website ET News.

The report, which cites "multiple industry officials participating in the development of the next Galaxy S series", claims that Samsung is planning to follow in the footsteps of Apple, which will also allegedly launch three new devices later this year.

The first device, codenamed 'Beyond 0', will reportedly feature a 5.8in screen and a single-lens camera setup, much like the current Galaxy S9. This will be joined by the ‘Beyond 1', which will also feature a 5.8in screen but will sport an upgraded dual camera setup.

The 'Beyond 2', ET News claims, will pack a larger 6.2in screen,  and likely will arrive as the Galaxy S10 Plus. It'll also sport a triple-lens camera similar to that seen on the Huawei P20 Pro if the report is to be believed.

ET News doesn't have much else to say about the trio of incoming S10 models, but notes that Samsung is not yet ready to launch its first foldable smartphone – the Galaxy X – and is "rushing to develop it". According to recent rumours, it'll arrive at next year's MWC, with the S10 set to launch a month earlier at CES.

25/6/18: Samsung's Galaxy S10 will reportedly ditch the iris scanner in favour of an Apple-style 'Face ID' sensor.

So says a report from South Korean website The Bell, which has heard from unnamed sources that the Galaxy S10 will adopt a 3D-sensing camera on its front that will replace the current, easily-fooled iris scanner.

This won't be the only form of authentication on the device, as the report claims Samsung will also equip the S10 with an in-display fingerprint sensor. This, The Bell claims, is being developed by Qualcomm, Synaptics and the Taiwanese Institute of Technology, although the report notes that Samsung might "revise its strategy" should the tech not be ready in time for the smartphone's rumoured January launch.

The report doesn't give much else away, but does note that – like the firm's previous releases – there will be two variants: the 58in Galaxy S10 and 6.3in Galaxy S10 Plus.

21/6/18: An alleged prototype of the Samsung Galaxy S10 shows that the flagship could adopt an iPhone X-schooling all-screen design.

An image of the prototype was posted to Twitter by notorious tipster Ice Universe (below). While he doesn't specifically mention the Galaxy S10, his use of the word 'beyond' – believed to be the codename for Samsung's upcoming flagship – all but gives it away.

The hands-on picture shows that, if legit, the Galaxy S10 could adopt a full-screen design similar to that seen on the Oppo Find X – which would give it a 93 per cent-ish screen-to-body ratio, up from the 83.6 per cent ratio found on the Galaxy S8 and S9.

Like the Oppo Find X, there's no sign of a front-facing camera – or indeed any sensors – on the front of the device, suggesting that Samsung could be next in line to adopt a pop-up front-facing camera rather than an iPhone X-style notch. Earlier this month, we heard that Samsung might avoid adopting an display cutout by equipping the S10 with futuristic, sound-emitting display tech.

Before you get your hopes up, though we find it hard to believe that the so-called ‘prototype' shows gives a legitimate picture of the Samsung's 2018 flagship given that the launch of the flagship is at least six months away.

According to recent rumours (below), the Galaxy S10 is likely to make its first official appearance at next year's CES in Las Vegas.

14/6/18: Samsung will avoid sticking a notch on next year's Galaxy S10 by adopting to futuristic, sound-emitting display tech, says ETNews.

The Korean publication report that Samsung, along with LG, is gearing up to debut 'sound-emitting displays' on its smartphones starting next year, having previously shown off prototypes of the technology at the SID expo last month.

This display tech will allow sound through to be emitted through a phone's screen, removing the need for a front-facing earpiece and, in turn, an iPhone X-style display cutout. This means that Samsung, if it was to adopt a pop-up selfie camera like the recently-announced Vivo Nex, could push the screen on the S10 all the way to the top edge of the device.

16/5/18: Samsung is reportedly planning to equip next year's Galaxy S10 with a ridiculously-sharp display that'll blow the iPhone X out of the water.

According to Twitter tipster Ice Universe, the Galaxy S10's screen resolution is going to exceed 600ppi – trumping the iPhone X's 458ppi and the Galaxy S9's 570ppi screen.

It remains to be seen the display will match the eye-popping brightness of the Sony Xperia XZ Premium, though, which packs a 5.8in 3840×2160 4K screen with a pixel density of 760ppi.

As well as a souped-up screen resolution, the Galaxy S10 is also expected to feature a screen to body ratio of 93 per cent – improving on the Galaxy S9's 83.6 per cent ratio.

Further, it's looking, it's looking increasingly likely that the Galaxy S10 will the first Samsung's phone to feature an in-screen fingerprint reader after Ice Universe tweeted that the ultrasonic tech won't make it to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

"It is almost certain that Note9 has no FOD [Fingerprint-reader On Display]", read the tweet.

4/5/18: Rumours claim Samsung will launch its Galaxy S10 flagship in January 2018, with plans to launch its long-awaited foldable smartphone at MWC in February.

Korean newspaper The Bell, naturally, reports that the Samsung Galaxy S10 is likely to see an official unveiling at CES in January, with the "procurement of parts" to begin in October.

While this isn't the first time we've heard that Samsung might launch its next flagship smartphone ahead of schedule, this rumour has a bit more meat. The Bell claims that the S10's launch has been pushed forward to make room for its long-rumoured foldable 'Galaxy X' smartphone.

Samsung has reportedly asked suppliers to start supplying component for the smartphone this November, with plans to unveil the handset at MWC.

The so-called Galaxy X will feature a"fold-in structure", The Bell notes, comprising three 3.5in OLED panels. The front of the product will reportedly be equipped with two 3.5in panels to create a 7in screen, with an additional 3.5in display on the rear.

3/5/18: Samsung's Galaxy S10 is codenamed "Beyond" and will be the first to feature a screen-embedded fingerprint sensor, according to Korean news outlet The Bell.

Citing the "parts industry" as its source, the website claims that Samsung's 'Beyond' codename is fitting for the firm's 10th-anniversary flagship, with the firm aiming to "go beyond" what it has already achieved in the smartphone market.

To do that, the Galaxy S10 will be the first Samsung smartphone to be kitted out with Fingerprint on Display (FOD) tech, according to the report, which notes that the firm has attempted to introduce the feature since the Galaxy S8 but failed due to "technical difficulties".

Samsung will manage to embed a fingerprint sensor into the Galaxy S10's AMOLED screen, The Bell claims, although it's unclear who will be providing the firm with the futuristic tech.

It is not currently known if the Galaxy S10 will also feature iPhone X-a-like 3D sensing technology on the front.

"Unlike FOD, partners in the 3D sensing module are not detecting mass-production movements," one electronics industry official said.

18/4/18: The Galaxy S9 may be just weeks-old, but Samsung has reportedly finalised the design of next year's Galaxy S10.

So says Korean website The Bell, which claims that Samsung's 10th-anniversary Galaxy S series phones will arrive early next year equipped with an in-display fingerprint scanner and a 3D sensing camera, similar to that found on the iPhone X.

The handset's under-screen fingerprint sensor, the report claims, is currently being developed by Qualcomm and Synaptics in the US, and Aegis Tech in Taiwan. The Galaxy S10 and S10+ will likely be the first Samsung smartphones to come equipped with the tech, with recent reports noting that, despite earlier rumours, the Galaxy Note 9 is unlikely to carry the feature.

The Galaxy S10's rumoured 3D-sensing module is being developed by camera firms Mantis Vision and Woodgate, The Bell notes. Further details about this feature remain vague, but it likely will offer iPhone X-style face-unlock functionality, improving on Samsung's current, and somewhat lacklustre iris-scanning solution.

Elsewhere, the Korean report debunks speculation that the Galaxy S10 will feature the foldable AMOLED screen that we've heard so much about, and instead claims that Samsung will stick to same curved Infinity displays found on this year's S9 and S9+.

The screens are allegedly getting bigger, though, with the S10 and S10 Plus tipped to feature 5.8in and 6.3in panels, respectively, 0.03in and 0.08in larger than their predecessors.

That's all The Bell has to give, but an earlier report claimed that – somewhat unsurprisingly – the Galaxy S10 and S10+ will be powered by Samsung's as-yet-unannounced Exynos 9820 SoC, that's expected to debut inside the Galaxy Note 9.

Samsung's Exynos variants are typically released in Europe, with Qualcomm's next-gen Snapdragon 855 processor set to power its US-bound version.

Samsung, naturally, hasn't commented on the rumours. µ

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