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Cheap Version of Galaxy S10 Specifications Revealed

A little leak about the next generation of flagship Samsung is increasingly revealed. The beyond smartphone prototype leak, which is the name code for the Samsung Galaxy S10 iPhone Arena. This time in a benchmark page, a leaked version of the Galaxy S10 specification appeared. Test results on Samsung devices with the SM-G970U code on the Geekbench page, the device is thought to be using the System-on-Chip Snapdragon 855. Because the details revealed, the code “msmnile” is written on the motherboard column. Some leaks mention that “msm” is a code that represents Snapdragon, while “nile” represents series 855. From these details, this chipset will be paired with 6 GB of RAM. This inexpensive version of Galaxy S10 will run the Android Pie operating system. This device received a score of 1,986 for single-core testing and 6,266 for multi-core testing. This figure is actually quite low, even lower than the Galaxy S9 which uses Snapdragon 845. result-information

The benchmark results of the LiteTech Radar Galaxy S10

Nevertheless, there is no further information regarding this device. But some previous leaks indicate that the cheap version of the Galaxy S10 will carry a screen with 5.8 inches. On the inside of this screen, there will be a hole that becomes a container for the front camera. So that the front camera is no longer placed on the top bezel or notch and makes the screen look wider. The Galaxy S10 Lite is reported to be using a screen with a flat edge, while two other more expensive versions of the Galaxy S10 will carry a curved screen. In addition, this cellphone is also reported to be putting a fingerprint sensor on one side of the cellphone. While two other versions of the Galaxy S10 are suspected of using sensors on the screen. This cheap version of Galaxy S10 is also predicted to have wireless charging technology with a battery capacity of 3,100 mA. This cellphone will reportedly be introduced in mid-February 2019 in San Francisco, United States.

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