The top version of the Galaxy S10 is expected to have a screen-to-fuselage ratio of no less than 93.4%, which is higher than most phones on the market today. The current leader is Oppo Find X, with a ratio of 93.8%. For example, appleIPhoneThe ratio of the screen of XS Max to the fuselage is 84.4%.
Samsung is planning three different Galaxy S10 models, which are unlikely to be used in the base model. In addition, people familiar with the matter said the entry-level version was likely to use flat-panel displays with no curved edges, and insisted that only 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage were used as cost-saving measures.
The report also suggests that Samsung's Galaxy S10 may use Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8150 or Exynos 9820, that Qualcomm's version will be sold in specific markets such as the U.S., and that Exynos will be launched as an international version.
GS10 is also planning a number of battery upgrades, and the 4000mAh capacity battery may continue to be available, as on the Note 9. The Samsung Galaxy S 9 now uses 3500mAh batteries.
A new generation of models may be announced in late January or early February and shipped in a variety of colors, including green and yellow. Although large-scale production has not yet started, some changes may still be made.
The highest OPPO Find X is currently occupied by the screen.
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