We are pleased to serve the latest update for Galaxy S10 which is currently released in AUT region. The ROM images have been built yesterday, 2019-05-28 and fixes the bugs that lead system to unresponsive state.
The world of mobile devices is constantly developing and companies have to provide a lot of innovations to save a leading position. Thinner bezels and cameras with unique features are not good reasons for majority of clients to be interested in changing their phones into new models. Specialists say that the next step in development of Smartphones will be devices with displays that can be folded.
If to trust one of the most popular Korean publications, Galaxy S10 will not have a foldable display. It will be a device with the Infinity Display, like its predecessors Galaxy S9 and S9+. It will not be a completely redesigned Smartphone, but as everyone expected, a device will probably boast with the in display sensor of fingerprints.
A Korean Giant Samsung has plans to release the latest variant of Exynos Chipset that will be used in Galaxy S10. A Device will see the world next year.
Samsung is going to release a new Smartphone in 2019 and it will be Galaxy S10. If to trust a fresh report from Korea, Samsung is cooperating with Mantis Vision from Israel, their aim is to create a 3D camera for the next flagship.
There were a lot of leaks concerning Galaxy S10. Some say that Samsung may create another name for the future Smartphone. A Korean company released Galaxy S9 this year, so everyone is waiting for the new Galaxy S10 in 2019. There are rumors, that we will not see Galaxy S10, that a new device will have another name and Samsung proved this information.
Not so much time has left before the presentation of the new Samsung’s S9 and S9+, while the rumors about the Galaxy S10 continue to appear online. The leaks about S series smartphones are coming from one of the users who, has already provided some trustworthy information about other Samsung’s devices. Of course, there is no any confirmation of the given information, so don’t take it to serious.