Samsung Galaxy S10 Leaked Picture Shows Unique Selfie Camera Design

Samsung 48MP camera sensor

Samsung Galaxy S10 is now under prototype stage as reported by Bloomberg.

Sources further suggest that with the rollout of 5G networks nearly upon us, such massive amounts of RAM will be used to power Samsung's 5G phones.

Yes, the S10 cancels the iris sensor and the ultrasonic fingerprint is enough to replace it.

The more precise details of each device are unknown at this stage, but when it comes to making a splash in 2019, it looks like LG is hoping to get a jump-start on its competition at CES. LG is speculated to join the likes of Samsung, Xiaomi, Microsoft and Huawei which are already working on foldable smartphone devices of their own. The only other image sensor manufacturer who has made such an achievement is Sony with its 48 megapixel IMX586, which has yet to be found on any smartphone.

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If the features mentioned above didn't convince you, maybe photographers-to-be will find another innovative addition useful. With auto flash turned on, the images in low light conditions also came out fairly good.

Smaller pixels sizes can have an increased performance thanks to the Isocell Plus technology. Earlier leaks have suggested that the smartphone Samsung Galaxy S10+ could be one of the world's first handset to come with 12GB RAM. In addition, the new device uses Tetracell technology for controlling the new sensors, so the light intensity becomes ideal in every condition. The company's smartphone vertical saw a decline in sales from past year, and it largely blames its mid and low-end devices for low sales figures. But the release date of this smartphone remains unknown.

Reputed tipster Evan Blass took to Twitter recently to say that he knows LG has plans to unveil a foldable smartphone at CES 2019. Whilst it is great to see Samsung flourish at a time of slow growth and an extremely highly competitive market, it would seem its mobile division isn't travelling all that well and is a concern for the company going forward.

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