Thursday, January 10, 2019

Galaxy S10 to be unveiled with punch-hole display, foldable and more

Samsung has just announced a press event on February 20th to unveil the new Samsung Galaxy S10. Reportedly, the company will also show off a fully functional version of its foldable smartphone at the event.

Galaxy S10 to be unveield with punch-hole display, foldable and more

3 new Samsung Galaxies

According to the Wall Street Journal, Samsung will launch three new Galaxy S10 models.
Samsung is preparing a major technical upgrade for the 10th anniversary Galaxy S10 phone lineup, adding bigger screens and more cameras, The Wall Street Journal reported in November. Initially the company will offer the Galaxy S10 in three variants, with the phones hitting shelves in March. A fourth version will feature next-generation 5G network speeds and will be released later in the spring.
One of the S10s could have four rear cameras and a dual-lens camera setup out the front so both front and rear cameras should do portraiture photography, depth mapping, augmented reality and more. The rear camera setup could include multiple telephoto lenses.

A foldable phone

The publication alleges that a foldable Galaxy is nearing launch as well. The company will apparently show a fully functional foldable smartphone at the event.
Samsung has signaled to partners that the foldable-screen phone could be released in April, though no final decision has been made, according to people familiar with the matter. The device’s name is still being determined, with ‘Fold’ or ‘Galaxy Fold,’ as well as ‘Galaxy F’ as three possibilities, the people said.

Hole-punch display

Samsung is one of the rare Android makers that took a different route than shamelessly copying Apple’s notch. According to smartphone leakster Evan Blass who last week shared a supposed image of one of the new Galaxies, the upcoming S10 series will feature so-called hole-punch display.

And here it is.

 Are you going to buy a Foldable Phone ? 

In your personal opinion, what would be the main use cases for such a device? And speaking of which, would a foldable iPhone that Apple may have researched make any sense to you?


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