Less Than A Month Till Samsung Galaxy S10 Launch

It’s that time of the year again, the time to upgrade your old Samsung Galaxy S9 to a newer, more powerful Samsung Galaxy S10. Here’s what we found after doing some research online.

1) There could be 3 Sizes

  • Galaxy S10 Lite
  • Galaxy S10
  • Galaxy S10 Plus

2) The Galaxy S10 might be Samsung’s new 1 terabyte V-NAND storage

Apprently Samsung has begun mass producing one-terabyte eUFS 2.1 storage. In comparison, the high end version of the Note 9 only has 512GB of flash storage.

The storage is based on Samsung’s advanced V-NAND flash memory technology which has enhanced density, lower power requirements and generally faster speeds. It makes use of vertical stacking of single NAND cells which, compared to the horizontal layered arrangement of regular NAND, is a lot more efficient.

3) At least a 3000 mAH Battery

Nashville Chatter spotted Samsung now lists its range with the following batteries sizes:

  • Galaxy S10 Lite – 3000 mAh
  • Galaxy S10 – 3300 mAh
  • Galaxy S10 Plus – 4000 mAh

It is worth noting, these figures are typically a minimum power draw which gives flexibility for up to 200 mAh additional capacity when formally announced. Compared to the Galaxy S9 (3000 mAh) and Galaxy S9 Plus (3500 mAh), these are substantial improvements and the Galaxy S10 Lite should also flourish given it packs a smaller display.

4) Exynos 9820

The Exynos 9820 is set to be at the heart of the Galaxy S10 range, and it
can carry out AI tasks seven times faster than its predecessor, thanks to an integrated NPU (neural processing unit).

5) Launch Date 20 February


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