Save the date: February 20, San Francisco. It must be noted that Samsung officially announced the industry's first 8GB LPDDR5 DRAM module for mobiles back in July a year ago, which might well make its way to the Galaxy S10 series.
We already know Samsung is planning to launch their new Samsung Galaxy S10 range at their Unpacked event on the 20th February, but there is a new S-series handset every year.
The 12GB of RAM is certainly an eye-catching spec, but it's not the first time we've seen a rumor about it. Will Samsung announce the availability of the Galaxy Home smart speaker? The former includes the regular S10, the S10 Plus, and the S10 Lite (or S10 E, depending on which leak you're looking at).
An invite by Samsung to its 10th-anniversary event which was reported by the Wall Street Journal. A fourth model is also on the cards and that will feature 5G connectivity. These are much-rumored to sport in-display front cameras, which some OEMs refer to as punch-hole, but Samsung refers to as Infinity O.
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The outlet also declared the device in question will have the ability to wirelessly charge other devices that sit on its rear, similar to the functionality now offered by the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. The new revelation also corroborates previous leaks about the camera sensors and the presence of ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensors on the higher-end Galaxy S10 models.
The phone will be released in late March in South Korea, following the early March launch of the other Galaxy S10 models.
It would be good for Samsung to get a move on as China's Royole again stole the foldable phone limelight from Samsung at CES 2019 last week. Well, apparently it means Samsung's "ultra flagship" would be possibly the most powerful and feature-packed smartphone ever released.
Samsung said the slogan "unfolding the future" showed its dedication to bringing smartphone innovation, but did not comment further. After the Note 7, Samsung introduced an 8-point battery safety check for manufacturing so it's unlikely we'll see a repeat of those issues. The Korean major is evidently considering names including "Fold", "Galaxy Fold" and "Galaxy F".
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