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  • Samsung Galaxy S10: Ten main chips of the new "Galaxy"


    Recently, the presentation of one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2019 — Samsung Galaxy S10. In it, the South Korean manufacturer has collected all the most advanced technologies available on the market. In many ways, the device has become a pioneer, and in the aggregate, it is simply no analogs. We understand what is so interesting tenth "Galaxy".

    Infinity-O Display

    To answer fashion cutouts, Samsung first created "limitless" displays by applying them to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9. The tenth model also went its own way. It's about a screen with a hole for the camera — Infinity-O. Thanks to this, the frames around the display are symmetrical on all sides. The area above the camera reacts to touch and can be used both in games and in normal use of the gadget.

    Samsung Galaxy S10: Ten main chips of the new "Galaxy"

    Performance

    Depending on the market, the Galaxy S10 comes with two different processors: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 for the US, Canada, and some Asian countries, and Exynos 9820 for all other regions. For improving the performance of respond functions of artificial intelligence that analyzes the user's actions. It is also the first mobile device specifically optimized for Unity games. And that the gadget does not overheat and did not break, it has a cooling system with an evaporation chamber.

    Samsung Galaxy S10: Ten main chips of the new "Galaxy"

    On-screen scanner

    Scanning a fingerprint through the display today is no surprise, but the Galaxy S10 is the first to use an ultrasonic scanner, which is much more accurate and safer than optical. Instead of photographing the finger, the smartphone analyzes the 3D structure of the fingerprint, which significantly increases the reliability of user authentication.

    Samsung Galaxy S10: Ten main chips of the new "Galaxy"

    Three main cameras

    After experimenting with several cameras, the manufacturer still came to the optimal combination. Galaxy S10 got three modules at once: 12 MP (f/1.5, f/2.4) with optical stabilization for ordinary photos, 12 MP (f/2.4) with optical stabilization and zoom for portrait shots, and 16 MP (f/2.2) with a viewing angle of 123 degrees for wide-angle frames.

    Samsung Galaxy S10: Ten main chips of the new "Galaxy"

    Advanced front camera

    The Galaxy S10 screen has a built-in 10MP front camera (f/1.9) with Dual Pixel autofocus system and support for 4K video recording, with 30 fps and HDR10+. This solution was used for the first time in smartphones. In addition, the Plus-version has an additional module for 8 MP, responsible for analyzing the depth of field to create high-quality selfies with the effect of blurring the background.

    Samsung Galaxy S10: Ten main chips of the new "Galaxy"

    Reverse charging

    The Galaxy S10, like its predecessors, supports wireless charging, but this time it works in the opposite direction. So far, the model with this function — on the fingers to count. It allows you to charge wireless headphones or any other Qi-enabled gadget by bringing it to the back of your smartphone.
    1 TB of memory + 12 GB of RAM

    Samsung's flagships have always been at the peak of technological achievements-the novelty is no exception. Top specification Galaxy S10 Plus got built-in drive capacity of 1 TB. Also, the device can boast of 12 GB of RAM, which is enough for several years ahead.

    Samsung Galaxy S10: Ten main chips of the new "Galaxy"

    Wi-Fi 6

    Samsung's flagship was among the first to receive support for the new Wi-Fi 6 standard, also known as 802.11ax. In comparison with 802.11 ac (the new name Wi-Fi 5), the maximum data rate when connected to a compatible router increased by 40%. There is also support for Target Wake Time, which disables wireless connections when they are not in use, which allows you to increase battery life. In addition, the system informs the user about potentially dangerous Wi-Fi networks.

    Samsung Galaxy S10: Ten main chips of the new "Galaxy"

    The fastest LTE

    Fifth-generation networks are just beginning to be implemented, so Samsung has made sure that users can already consume online content at maximum speed. Galaxy S10 became the first smartphone in the world with LTE data transfer rate up to 2 Gbit/s (previous record — 1.2 Gbit/s). Of course, such indicators need appropriate equipment on the side of operators, but the reserve for the future is clearly there. In addition, the device smoothly switches between LTE and Wi-Fi depending on the stability and speed of the network.

    Samsung Galaxy S10: Ten main chips of the new "Galaxy"

    5G

    Together with the S10 and S10 Plus was presented and Galaxy S10 5G — the first smartphone with support for fifth-generation networks. It is interesting also the largest in history "galactic" series screen is 6.7 inches. It also has as many as four cameras on the back: compared to the Galaxy S10, a module for shooting 3D images has been added.


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