Samsung Galaxy S10 to get a massive upgrade

Published on August 31, 2018

Samsung is scheduled to launch the all-new two very special smartphones. The new Folding Galaxy F is going to be the special kind of phone for the company in the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy.

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As per the official statement, the chip designer of the Qualcomm has now formally announced that it is in the next generation system-on-chip (SoC) which was expected to be named as the Snapdragon 855 and revealed it would bring 5G to the premium tier smartphones which is for the very first time. The Galaxy S range is said to be first to market along with the chips as well as Samsung’s buying power has now been forced to use the old hardware.

Qualcomm has said in a statement that the secret behind the Snapdragon 855 is all about the 7nm manufacturing process. This lets it run with much cooler, faster as well as it can deliver a better battery life. 7nm is also used in the Apple A12 chipset which is for the company’s trio new iPhones.

The confirmation from the  Qualcomm about the chipset can be said to be getting paired with the Snapdragon X50 5G modem which is said to be in the main event.  Publicly, the company has already shown about the smartphones with the X50 modem. This can deliver the speeds up to 1.4 Gbps. So this is the language that can bring the new 5G platform which can transform the industries as well as carriers which launch 5G in the later part of the year 2018.

Samsung is seemed to jump on the technology as Apple is planning to shun the Qualcomm modems. This means that the Apple iPhones will be not capable of the 5G connectivity.  As per DJ Koh, who is Samsung CEO has got a record of bragging about the company hopes to launch a 5G phone which is even before the Galaxy S10.

Qualcomm has said that at the end of the fourth quarter of 2018, the company will be unveiling some more details about the chip which includes the performance breakdown as well as its name. 

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