Samsung foldable smartphone named, priced and unveil dated

Isaac Cain
November 14, 2018

Samsung has announced the new Exynos 9820, the chipset that will probably power its upcoming flagships like the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10, and possibly its new foldable phone.

Samsung recently showcased its new One UI for smartphones, which will be based on Android 9 Pie. The Exynos 9820 is an intelligent powerhouse with a separate hardware AI-accelerator, or NPU, which performs AI tasks around seven times faster than the predecessor. The new chipset supports encoding and decoding of 8K videos at 30fps. As is now customary in the smartphone business, gaming performance has been boosted thanks to a new ARM Mali G76 GPU. When you unfold it, the device looks like a normal tablet, but if you prefer a smaller version of the display, you can simply fold the display's left side behind the rest. Regarding the phone, as we reported at the beginning of the week, Samsung is going to start with an initial production of at least 1 million units. This would make the sensor more accurate than current in-display sensors - not to mention easier to use.

Other than that, Evan has also shared that the Galaxy S10 might feature three different cameras on its back.

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According to the US Trademark and Patent Office document filed by Samsung, its fullscreen in-display fingerprint scanner uses a secondary, low-power processor to work.

The biggest one is a supposed "punch hole" element in the front display to house the front-facing selfie camera.

Finally, the latest report from Blass seemingly confirms the Samsung Galaxy S10 will ship with the all-new Android 9-based One UI operating system. You may not need it, but for those who have a lot of stuff saved on their phones, this will be a welcomed improvement.

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