A reliable tipster has revealed details about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 set to be officially announced at the Samsung developer conference held tonight. Rumours suggest that not only will the Samsung Galaxy S10 be bezel-free, it will also use Samsung’s own proprietary 7nm Exynos 9820, codenamed “Cheetah”.
Samsung has not confirmed the speculations regarding its upcoming devices, however, sources spoke with Bloomberg stating that the Galaxy S10 and 10 Plus will feature bezel-less curved OLED screens, while a third cheaper option will retain a flat design.
Samsung’s 5G capability is said to be powered by its new proprietary 7nm Exynos 9820 AI chip, revealed to be codenamed Cheetah by leaker Ice Universe.
Exynos M4 code：Cheetah.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 4, 2018
It’s uncertain whether this new chip and 5G capability will be available across all three models, nevertheless, Samsung is reportedly in discussions with Verizon to get its services set up in the up in the US.
The screen is deemed to be highly innovative, featuring an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner, available anywhere under the screen and not solely in one spot, and a front-facing camera both beneath the display.
Samsung Galaxy S10 will use Samsung's self-developed world's first 7nm EUV dual-core NPU chip on Exynos 9820. One of the features of the AI chip is to enhance the camera and work with the ISP for the Galaxy S10 camera.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 5, 2018