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Samsung Galaxy S10 hits Geekbench benchmarks
11 January 2019, 08:08 | Cameron Gross
Leak claims Galaxy S10+ will have the same battery as the Galaxy Note 9
Of course this year, like every year in the past, the hottest new devices of the year will be nowhere to be found in Las Vegas this week.
Also, a series of leaks said that Samsung's new phones would have even faster battery charging than before.
While we have not seen this design in person, it certainly is far more aesthetically pleasing than the screen notches that dominated a year ago.
Oh, and in case you're wondering, the aforementioned SM-G970U model number is clearly related to the SM-G960U label attached to the Galaxy S9. This is incredibly good news for fans, as it means that those who want to enjoy a premium experience but can not afford to pay too much will still get an unbelievable deal if they purchase the Galaxy S10 Lite. But as it turns out, the company is skipping that design plan altogether and instead opting for a hole-punch design.
Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone is expected to start selling at $779. That meant fans had absolutely no incentive to upgrade, and Samsung's high-end phone sales suffered tremendously as a result. The front camera may see a modification, becoming a part of the screen in the form of a small hole in the display.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 has faced a slew of curiosity and an onslaught of leaks in the news recently. We also have plenty more to look forward to, such as in-display ultrasonic fingerprint scanners, exciting new camera technology, exciting new finishes, and more.
Samsung is rumoured to announce the Galaxy S10 at the MWC in Barcelona or in March of 2019. You'll find a few of them below along with a video, and the rest can be seen on his Behance page.
Mobile adds 7 million net customers in 2018
Verizon this week pledged that it won't falsely call 4G phones 5G, and AT&T's name change was also mocked by T-Mobile and Sprint . And Elbaz' response to the accusations of misleading "5G E" labeling?
Jayme Closs found alive!
Jayme Closs was taken from her home in Barron, Wisconsin on October 15, after the teenager's parents were shot dead in their home. More than 2,000 volunteers showed up to help with two grid searches around Barron in October.