25 Nov 2018
Samsung to challenge competitors with these powerful smartphones
In a bid to tackle slumping sales and diminishing popularity, Samsung is working to revamp its upcoming smartphones lineup from grounds up.
In the coming days, Samsung is expected to launch these new Galaxy smartphones.
Here's all about them.
Galaxy A8s: Expected to launch in February 2019
As part of its revamped Galaxy series, Samsung will launch the A8s sometime early next year.
The phone was recently teased with an Infinity-O display that features all-screen design and a one-of-its-kind camera cut-out on the top left corner.
Further, rumors suggest A8s will come with a triple rear-camera setup, Snapdragon 710 processor, 6GB of RAM and should run Android Pie-based One UI.
Samsung Galaxy S10: Expected to launch in February 2019
Samsung is working to launch three variants of its 10th-anniversary Galaxy S10 flagship.
According to leaks and rumors, the S10+ and S10 will feature 6.4-inch and 5.8-inch Infinity-O displays, triple rear-camera, and pack high-end internals including an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor.
Then there's a low-budget Galaxy S10 Lite variant which will sport a 6.1-inch display, a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and pack trimmed down specs.
A Galaxy S10 concept image based on leaks
Samsung 'Beyond X': Expected to launch in March 2019
Codenamed 'Beyond X', this is will be a 5G-compatible Galaxy S10.
The phone is reported to sport a 6.7-inch display, a total of six cameras (dual front-camera and quad rear-camera), a built-in 5G wireless chip, and will support reverse wireless charging.
Beyond X is likely to pack the recently announced Exynos Modem 5100, designed to deliver 2Gbps (maximum) downlink speed and support existing networks.
Samsung's foldable Galaxy F: Expected to launch in March 2019
Samsung recently showcased its first foldable phone aka Galaxy F.
The device sports a 7.3-inch main internal display and a 4.6-inch external screen.
When unfolded, the phone will offer features of a tablet, but on being folded, it takes the form of a regular candy bar phone.
Moreover, Galaxy F is said to run a special version of Android to leverage both the screens.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10: Expected to launch in mid-2019
Though it will be launched later, Galaxy Note 10 is already in the works.
According to a new report, the Note 10 is currently codenamed 'DaVinci' and will feature a 6.6-inch display - nearly same as 'Beyond X'.
Further, it is certain that the flagship phablet will come with Snapdragon 8150/Exynos 9820 processor, and will sport at least 8GB RAM and 512GB internal storage.
Upcoming Samsung flagships will debut Exynos 9820/Snapdragon 8150
Samsung recently announced its latest mobile chipset, the Exynos 9820, which comes with an inbuilt NPU AI chip. Further, Qualcomm will announce its latest Snapdragon 8150 mobile processor on December 4. Notably, all upcoming Samsung flagships will run on these chips, depending on the region.