The 48-megapixel Isocell Bright GM1 and 32-megapixel Isocell Bright GD1 are about the same size as the camera sensors used in existing smartphones.
After a period of a couple of years where flagship smartphones grew quite boring, things are definitely starting to turn around. The most recent suggestion that Samsung is going to get rid of them came from its OLED Forum, held in China at the Shenzhen Marriott Hotel in October.
Something to look forward to: New camera modules from Samsung are headed to production soon that will enable better low light performance and high resolution shots during the day. They're on track to be the worst-selling Galaxy S phones since 2012 as a result. There's no word yet on exactly how sales are doing, but the company revealed in its third-quarter earnings report on Wednesday that its overall smartphone sales continued to slump. It doesn't feel quite like Android on a $1,000 Galaxy Note 9, but it's much closer than entry-level Android phones were just a few short years ago.
This phone has been tested many times by Samsung in the U.S. and it will be soon available in the market as well.
In addition, Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy S10 will be 5G-compatible.
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The tech giant's first foldable smartphone will have two display panels, a 7.29-inch main display and a 4.58-inch sub-display, according to local news outlet The Bell on November 2.
Despite all the fancy bezel-less trends, notches, and sliding or elevating parts, the smartphone market these days is still largely driven by mobile photography. As of this writing, there is no information available on its specifications. Because it's absolutely ridiculous.
Even as Samsung's screen-unlocking tech improved since its 2016 debut, it's still heavily crippled in regards to the type of input it can accept, which likely played a major role in the company's reported decision to scrap it altogether.