Samsung unveils Galaxy A9

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Cloud Silver Variant

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Cloud Silver Variant

As we already got used to the method the South Korean tech giant uses to name their Galaxy S series, there is no doubt that Galaxy S9's successor will be called Samsung Galaxy S10.

Additionally, in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10, the ultrasonic fingerprint reader would be attached to the backside of the display panel.

Of course, there's a chance that Samsung may not include it in the Samsung Galaxy S10 if they are not happy with it.

According to the reports, there would be three Samsung Galaxy S10 models.

If you don't know which Galaxy Note 9 model you own, you can use an app like CPU-Z to quickly figure out the model and processor.

Besides that, the same publication suggests that the Galaxy S10 will be similar to the Galaxy S9 regarding their 12-MP variable aperture main sensor, but it will also have an additional 13-MP lens that will presumably tout telephoto capabilities. That's probably going to be reserved for the Galaxy A9 Pro coming later this week.

Sadly, the certification doesn't make any mention of other features for the three smartphones but they're pretty much expected to sport 5.8 and 6.44 inch screens with one to two to three cameras on their back as Mobielkopen lists.

"Building on our legacy in smartphone camera development we're introducing next-generation technology across our entire Galaxy portfolio to give more consumers the opportunity to experience cutting-edge innovation", Koh said today in a statement. Besides, Qualcomm and Huawei are well ahead in making mobile AI chips. Other specifications remain unknown for now. While we have already seen few render leaks of the upcoming flagship device, a new report has now surfaced that claims that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will be powered by specially designed processor unit comprising of a dedicated Neural Processing Unit (NPU) to aid in specific artificial computing. The Galaxy S9 left a lot to be desired in terms of power storage despite boosted battery capacity.

Even though the Galaxy S10 is still far away in the future, rumors and leaks do not stop to come, and we do not mind that.

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