The South Korean smartphone maker Samsung will unveil its Next flagship the Galaxy S10 in early 2019. There are a plethora of leaks and rumors about the smartphone in the market and in a fresh set of leak, the phone is said to arrive with a dedicated NPU. Currently, the Huawei’s Kirin 980 comes with the dedicated NPU and the Samsung could also implement this with the Galaxy S10.
The information was surfaced via a LinkedIn profile of a Samsung employee, according to which the company started the development of NPU in late 2017, so it almost a year now and the development should have been finished and the next year’s S series flagship the Galaxy S10 could arrive with it.
Talking about the Galaxy S10, the smartphone is said to house five cameras and might feature an in-display fingerprint sensor and this time three variants of the S10 series are said to arrive which will differ in screen size.
However, Samsung is to launch a smartphone on October 11 with four rear cameras, so we can also expect something like this on the flagship S10 next year. The company was also rumored to merge the galaxy and note series and debut a single flagship per year. It will be speculated what Samsung does next year.
Source: Ice Universe