Verizon, Samsung to release 5G smartphones in US in 2019

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Samsung Galaxy S10+ Leaks In Highest-Resolution Renders Yet

Samsung shared the video with caption "Enjoy stunning cinematic experience on the Galaxy Note9's SuperAMOLED, infinity display".

While the Galaxy S10 has been predicted to come in the mentioned varieties, a cheaper version of the hardware is also expected.

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This could allow the Galaxy S10 to take selfies that fit more subjects into a single frame. The earpiece itself sits in a separate cutout at the very top of the device, the newly emerged images reveal.

NVIDIA officially unveils its flagship Titan RTX GPU
The card also includes 24GB of GDDR6 memory - non-ECC, naturally - running at an effective 7,000MHz on a 384-bit bus for 672GB/s of bandwidth.

With the addition of the hole in the display, it looks like Samsung has managed to give the Galaxy S10 Plus a almost bezel-less look without including a notch. The rear panel of the device is shown as featuring a triple-camera setup with horizontally arranged lenses and a dual-LED (dual-tone) flash unit, as well as a heart rate monitor. There's no fingerprint sensor back there, supporting the rumor that Samsung is moving to an in-display ultrasonic sensor. Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon Mobile Platform, including its new mobile processor, will power the smartphone. Instead, the author of the unofficial renders is understood to have been inspired by the Ice Blue variants of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ which Samsung brought to China less than a month ago. This phone has a larger gap to make room for two front-facing cameras, but it's also possible that's a single camera and some other sensor like a 3D face scanner or iris reader.

However, Samsung Nigeria is not the only one who promoted Galaxy Note9 on Twitter by tweeting from an iPhone.

South Korea is one step ahead in the deployment of 5G networks compared to any other nation in the world.

Next year will usher in the 5G smartphone era, and the latest device maker to tip its hand is Samsung: the company has announced plans with Verizon to release a flagship 5G smartphone in the first half of 2019.

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