Published: Mon, February 11, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Is this the Next Samsung S10?

There will be four versions of the Galaxy S10, one will be the 5G Samsung Galaxy S10, this handset is expected to be powered by the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor which supports 5G. In addition, the Dallas-based carrier said it would work with Samsung to create a 5G "innovation zone" focused on manufacturing technology.

Verizon, AT&T, and Samsung also announced that a 5G-capable smartphone will be available in early 2019. Samsung is only the first to do so, just like people's attitude toward the iPhone's Notch. The only slightly behind South Korea in enabling 5G for consumers, as TechRadar reports that three South Korean operators launched their 5G networks for enterprise consumers in parts of major cities. Apple, however, is choosing to sit out the H1 2019 race, suggesting its own 5G compatible device will not be ready until 2020. The company states that the new mobile platform features their fourth-generation, multi-core AI Engine with up to 3 times the AI performance compared to the Snapdragon 845.

Verizon will start offering its first 5G smartphones in the first half of next year after announcing a new partnership with Samsung.

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Verizon Wireless isn't the only one jumping on the Samsung 5G bandwagon. These landmark achievements are the result of Qualcomm mobile leadership and breakthrough inventions over decades, leading the world to 3G, 4G and now 5G by driving an end-to-end system approach that spans from research and development to commercialisation through a series of essential inventions and industry-first prototypes, demos, trials, chipsets and mobile platforms.

5G poses an exciting prospect, as it promises faster and more reliable connectivity to common data-intensive tasks, like streaming video, video calls, streaming music, and general smartphone use.

However, 5G won't burst onto the smartphone scene. Qualcomm states that them using ultrasound in the 3D Sonic Sensor is more secure and accurate than the alternative.

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