The Samsung Galaxy M10 mobile features a 6.22" (15.8 cm) display with a screen resolution of 720 x 1520 pixels and runs on Android v8.1 (Oreo) operating system.
The device is powered by Octa core, 1.6 GHz, Cortex A53 processor paired with 2 GB of RAM. As far as the battery is concerned it has 3400 mAh.
Over that, as far as the rear camera is concerned this mobile has a 13 MP + 5 MP camera . Other sensors include Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer.
So, does it have a fingerprint sensor? No, it doesn't. For graphical performance that can make games run smoothly, this phone has got a Mali-T830 GPU.
On board storage is at 16 GB with the option to expand the memory by Yes Up to 512 GB. Design is one of the most important factors when it comes to mobiles.
This phone is 7.7 mm slim and weighs 163 grams.
It’s time to take your phone viewing experience to the next level with a powerful 15.8cm (6.22") infinity V display.
Now shoot from one extreme to the other without FOMO. Set #SquadGoals by clicking group photos from the Ultra Wide Dual Rear Camera.
Get perfect shots in low light with F1.9 aperture & great portrait shots with live focus feature.
Just fire up the front camera for lit selfies on your social feed with the In-Display Flash and F2.0 aperture.
Do more with your phone and do it faster than ever before with the powerful 1.6GHz Exynos Octa Core Processor.
The Galaxy M10 has a stunning 7.7mm slim design & is available in premium colours - Charcoal Black and Ocean Blue.
Now livestream your favorite HD content with the Widevine L1 Certification.
Use personalised protection to unlock your phone quickly.
The Galaxy M10 is built for the long haul action so that you stay in charge.
Enjoy the experience of a smoother and faster UX, optimised for the Galaxy M Series.
samsung Electronics, a world leader in advanced semiconductor technology, today announced its latest premium application processor (AP), the Exynos 9 Series 9820, equipped for on-device Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications. The Exynos 9820 features a fourth-generation custom CPU, 2.0-gigabits-per-second (Gbps) LTE Advanced Pro modem, and an enhanced neural processing unit (NPU) to bring new smart experiences to mobile devices.
“As AI-related services expand and their utilization diversify in mobile devices, their processors require higher computational capabilities and efficiency,” said Ben Hur, vice president of System LSI marketing at Samsung Electronics. “The AI capabilities in the Exynos 9 Series 9820 will provide a new dimension of performance in smart devices through an integrated NPU, high-performance fourth-generation custom CPU core, 2.0Gbps LTE modem and improved multimedia performance.”
The Exynos 9820 is an intelligent powerhouse with a separate hardware AI-accelerator, or NPU, which performs AI tasks around seven times faster than the predecessor. With the NPU, AI-related processing can be carried out directly on the device rather than sending the task to a server, providing faster performance as well as better security of personal information. The NPU will enable a variety of new experiences such as instantly adjusting camera settings for a shot based on the surroundings or recognizing objects to provide information in augmented or virtual reality (AR or VR) settings.
With an enhanced architecture design, the Exynos 9820’s new fourth-generation custom core delivers around 20-percent improvement in single core performance or 40-percent in power efficiency when compared to its predecessor which can load data or switch between apps much faster. In addition, the multi-core performance is also increased by around 15 percent. The new mobile processor embeds the latest Mali-G76 GPU cores, which deliver a 40-percent performance boost or 35-percent power savings, allowing longer play time of graphic-intensive mobile games or interactive AR applications.
The LTE-Advanced Pro modem in the Exynos 9820 brings fast mobile broadband speeds of 2.0Gbps downlink with 8x carrier aggregation (CA) and 316 megabits-per-second (Mbps) uplink. At 2.0Gbps downlink speed, an FHD high-definition movie (3.7GB) can be downloaded in about 15 seconds and massively multiplayer online games (MMOG) can be played with less lag. With more aggregation of carriers than the previous solution along with 4×4 MIMO (Multiple-Input, Multiple-Output), 256-QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation) scheme, and enhanced Licensed-Assisted Access (eLAA) technology, the modem delivers stable yet blazing speed on the go.
For more immersive multimedia experiences, Exynos 9820’s multi-format codec (MFC) supports encoding and decoding of 4K UHD video at 150 frames per second (fps). The MFC also renders colors in 10-bit, delivering more accurate representation of color by offering a wider range of tones and hues.
The Exynos 9 Series 9820 is expected to be in mass production by the end of this year.
Virtual Reality or virtual world glasses are the near future. We certainly enjoy watching 3D movies, and this is because when we watch such films, we are more influenced by these films because they add a bit of reality to 3D technology but you can imagine doing Watching 3D movies, but 360 degrees, you'll feel like you're inside the movie and not just watching it, that's exactly what VRs do, or real-world glasses, because they make you feel realistic while watching Play or play a game of virtual reality games.
Virtual Reality Glasses Second Edition
The virtual reality glasses in the second release of movies and games 3D with a wireless Bluetooth remote and a screen. Enjoy and enjoy the virtual reality of watching movies and videos and running special games for this feature.
- Stylish, distinctive and innovative design, characterized by this origin
The second version of the R - Box of 3D virtual reality simulated 3D glasses for smart phones. They make you live
Light weight and lighter lenses.
- Allows you to watch movies and video clips such as 3D movies and movies up to 1000 inches and after a meter of the event, allowing you to see and display real.
- Allows you to play rich 3D technology for games compatible with this technology
- Allows you to browse YouTube and Google Maps.
- Google's StreetView feature lets you stand in the world's most prominent features
Such as the Eiffel Tower and other landscapes.
- Adjustable distance between the two lenses to suit each person.
- Comes with flexible elastic strap for head and adjustable.
- There are programs and games supporting this feature only Search in the software store
Or Father Astor on behalf of 3D GOOGLE CARDBOARD or CARDBOARD VR.
- Remote Control Bluetooth developed for game control.
- Internal display of glasses
How the glasses work:
- Any program that supports this technology is loaded and the mobile is inserted into the camera.
- Compatible with most smart phones & phones for all types of iPhone, Samsung, HTC, LG and many devices of the size 4.7 ~ 6 inches.
- Basic glasses with elastic belt and glass lenses
Bluetooth Remote Control
Count 2 Foam Sticker
Swab to clear lenses
Samsung previewed its foldable phone, focusing on the screen – the Infinity Flex Display – and the UI. Industry insiders believe that there will be another demo at the MWC in February before the final reveal in March.
The phone is expected to cost $1,770 (KRW 2 million in its homeland), which will limit sales to the “money’s no object” early adopter crowd. Even so, Samsung Electronics President DJ Koh believes that the flexible phone will ship at least one million units.
The foldable phone is built like a clamshell with a 4.58” external display and a tablet-sized 7.3” display on theinside. Unconfirmed specs give the following resolutions for both displays:
The foldable phone will not be Samsung’s first 5G phone. Instead, insiders believe that the company will introduce a new version of the Galaxy S10 in March that will support 5G (the first S10 models will be 4G only).
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The latest leak points to the most basic Galaxy S10 model having a strange screen, a reasonable price and lesser specs than the other models.
New Samsung Galaxy S10 rumors point to what may be the most exciting phone of 2019, which makes sense given the incremental upgrade that was the Samsung Galaxy S9. The South Korean company is poised for a major overhaul.
Current Samsung Galaxy S10 rumors suggest a phone with a larger screen, maybe one that does away with the iris scanner in an attempt to make the screen-to-body ratio larger than the Galaxy S9 Plus. Every fraction of an inch of space counts.
Samsung did just announce its Samsung Infinity Flex Display, though we suspect that will be on a different foldable model, as the idea we saw in person on November 7 seemed like a concept. In other words, Samsung could launch a Galaxy S10 variant to test the waters with early adopters.
Speaking of timing, the Galaxy S10 release date may not be far off. In fact, we could see official hints about the smartphone drop in the next few weeks, namely at CES 2018 in January (sometimes Samsung teases its phone there) or right ahead of MWC 2019 (we expect the phone to launch at this Barcelona-located conference).
Here are all of the Galaxy S10 leaks regarding its in-screen fingerprint scanner and a fresh design.
Cut to the chase
What is it? Samsung's next main flagship
What will it cost? It's sure to be very expensive
When is it out? Probably early 2019
while a handful of devices have experimented with the idea, there’s still a lot of hardware and software that needs to be refined before the tech is truly worth caring about. But at the 2018 Samsung Developer Conference, the world’s biggest smartphone maker gave everyone a taste of what nerds have been drooling over for so long with its new Infinity Flex Display.
While Samsung was careful not to give away too much, the company’s still unnamed, bendy-screen device not only featured a tablet-sized, 7.3-inch flexible display on the inside for all your normal smartphone stuff, it also offered a traditional display—which Samsung is calling a “cover screen”— on the outside so you can quickly access your phone without needing to unfold it.
Make no mistake, this thing looks chunky as hell, but a large part of that is apparently due to the protective shroud Samsung used to shield the rest of the device from prying eyes. On stage, Samsung senior vice president Justin Denison said the company’s new folding device will be pocketable, though until we get a full view of that device in the flesh, it’s hard to say for sure how accurate that claim is.
Still, even with just a quick glance, Samsung’s Infinity Flex Display looked significantly more polished and consumer ready than things like the recently announced Royole FlexPai. But more importantly, Samsung’s flexible display represents a potential major shift from the glass-fronted bricks we’ve been using for the last decade to something that can literally bend and change to our needs.
However, to do this meant Samsung needed to completely rethink traditional smartphone design, including both the exterior of the phone and how to make the phone fold properly, but also its internals and where to put them in a phone that can move around in ways older devices can’t.
To solve the first issue, Samsung designed new screen materials, including a flexible OLED layer and backplane, that are then layered beneath an ultra thin polarizer, a new shock-absorbent film, and a more durable (and flexible) polymer cover window on top. And to hold everything together, Samsung says it created a new flexible adhesive that could resist cracking or coming apart even after thousands of bends. All told, Samsung claims its bendy screen is the thinnest display the company has ever made.
Recently, sentiment has been growing that smartphones aren’t as exciting as they used to be, and to a certain extent, that’s true. Smartphones have been getting faster, their cameras have gotten sharper, and their displays have gotten bigger, but at the same time, they are more or less the same rectangular pocket computers we’ve been using for the last four or five years.
However, starting in late 2017, we’ve also seen the emergence of several gaming phones such as the Razer Phone, the Nubia Red Magic, and the Asus ROG Phone. Phones focused on playing popular, but taxing, mobile games like Fortnite. With the increased focus on graphics and gaming also comes a bigger demands on other aspects of the device as well. That’s because aside from battery life and performance, one of the biggest limiting factors for smartphones is cooling. Typically, devices are forced to cram components like dual rear cameras, wireless charging, fingerprint sensors and more into super thin bodies, which leaves very little room for moving heat around.
More heat, consequently, means the CPU can’t process as quickly, effectively throttling the device. To address this issue on the new Galaxy Note 9, Samsung made quite a bit of noise about how it tripled the size of its heat spreader from the 100 square-millimeter unit used in the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S9, to a 335 square-millimeter unit in the Galaxy Note 9. Samsung says it has also increased thermal conductivity by using a new carbon fiber interface to better channel heat away from the phone’s processor.
And while this might sound like bullshit, it does have an effect! When I reviewed the Galaxy Note 9, I set up a special test to see how well the Note 9's newly enlarged heat spreader performed vs the smaller versions used in its older siblings.
First, using phones that had been resting at idle, I ran Geekbench 4 and 3DMark Slingshot Unlimited to get a sense of the two phones’ baseline CPU and graphics performance. Initially, because both the Note 9 and S9 use the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, scores were quite similar, with the Note 9 scoring 9,012 in Geekbench and 5,021 in 3DMark, while the S9 scored 8,414 and 5,033, respectively.
Then I ran a series of tests on both phones designed to strain their performance, which included running Geekbench and 3DMark several more times, playing a few rounds of Fortnite, and downloading multiple torrents, all without taking a break in between. Once I was done, I reran Geekbench and 3DMark to see how much each phone’s performance had dropped.
In Geekbench 4, the S9 sturggled quite a bit, as its benchmark score dropped by more than 25 percent to 6,171. Meanwhile, the Note 9 fared much better at 8,053, a decrease of around 10 percent. Not bad, it seems like that heat spreader is doing something.
However, when it came to 3D Mark Ice Storm—which measures GPU performance, differences between the Note 9 and S9 weren’t quite as significant, with the Note 9 falling to 4,974, which as practically the same as the S9's 4,923. That’s a decrease of around two percent for both, which suggests that either the phones hadn’t been pushed hard enough, or that their processors had hit peak performance without being limited by thermal constraints. If I had to bet, my guess would be on the latter.