Samsung is selling millions of smartphone units every quarter. The company’s Galaxy S lineup is among the most desired flagship phones on the market, thanks to Samsung’s endless efforts to improve it. The South Korean firm is expected to add more features and skills to its Galaxy phones in the coming months.
In March, Apple debuted the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus after months of leaks and rumors. Basically, the S9 and S9 Plus are pretty similar to the S8 and S8 Plus, but they are faster, smoother, and come with a number of new features and changes, including a much-improved camera setup.
In reality, Samsung is struggling to sell the S9 and S9 Plus out there. The reason behind this is that users tend to stick to the S8 and S8 Plus as their successors come with small upgrades and refinements. Sources claim that Samsung needs something new to boost sales performance.
Sources say that Samsung will announce the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus next year. The South Korean firm has been working on the new pair for more than two years in an attempt to take on Apple’s iPhone models. Reports claim that Samsung will announce three Galaxy S10 models next year, one of which includes a model with 5G functionality.
For some background, carriers in the world have been testing 5G network in recent years. 5G gives a boost to browsing speeds and download speeds. Some Asian countries like Japan or South Korea have begun expanding the 5G network to more customers.
Sources say that the upcoming Galaxy S10 Plus with 5G functionality will hit the South Korean market only. And, it remains unknown when we are seeing a wider rollout of the device. In reality, big markets like the US or the UK are adopting the 5G network. But, Samsung is planning to make the S10 Plus exclusive in their home market.
We have heard a lot of rumors regarding the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. Sources claim that the S10 and S10 Plus will be powered by the latest version of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chip. Reports claim that Qualcomm has been working on the Snapdragon 855 chip that will power top-tier smartphones in the future.
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