Samsung takes six months to update to Android 9 Pie

Samsung takes six months to update to Android 9 Pie

Samsung takes six months to update to Android 9 Pie

The renders show off the more premium duo of Galaxy S10 phones from the front, the back and the sides.

But when you see the huge three-screened personal tailor (0:10) and the robotic tattooing arm (0:20), you'll realize that this video is all about concept devices - stuff that Samsung engineers may be dreaming up somewhere, but also stuff that's likely not launching anytime soon.

The Galaxy S10 5G, however, hasn't entered mass production yet. We're get three color versions - Black, Emerald and White Pearl gradient. Those cameras are actually placed in display cutouts, which is something you'll tolerate, or hate, it all depends. You can also see what we assume is the Bixby button under the volume rocker.

Both the devices are incredibly identical, except the notch design. The ultrasonic fingerprint tech boasts better accuracy than traditional ones, such as those featured in the current iPhone and Galaxy S, and shows excellent performance in harsh conditions, like grease, sweat or light.

What Specifications Will The Two Phones Sport? The 6.44-inch display will offer a resolution of 1440x2960 pixels with 511 PPI, and the device will pack a 4,000 mAh battery with Fast Charging support. The device will include 6GB / 8GB of RAM and 128GB / 512GB of internal storage, based on the info thus far.

Keeping in mind capabilities of the AMOLED technology, creating a bezel-less tablet is possible even today now that Samsung mass-produces 15.6-inch AMOLED displays for premium notebooks. All phones will have the same high-end 2019 chips inside, the Snapdragon 855 or the Exynos 9820 depending on region. Luckily, SlashLeaks caught it beforehand and has re-uploaded it for the world to see ahead of Samsung's Unpacked event on the 20 February.

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