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Certified Open Box Samsung Galaxy S10 is Real?

                          Certified Open Box Samsung Galaxy S10 is Real?

 

EXPECTED DATE : Not Reveal

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Samsung has queue up its new Smart phone Samsung Galaxy S10 or Galaxy x.Recently Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 plus has been launched and Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will release upcoming month.

But the Galaxy S10 will launch still launching not reveal, Galaxy will going to making its own cpu and gpu by its own new arrival smartphone Galaxy x.

FEATURES:

Yet, Feature is not disclose but from the rumor world its expect that Galaxy s10 or Galaxy x my be appear its bigger size than its predecessor Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. May be it will 5G and fast facial recognition gives to customer different experience..

Information released on Weibo suggests that Samsung is going to be making its own CPU and GPU for the Galaxy X. While Samsung does make its own chipsets for its flagship lineup, along with high-powered custom cores called Mongoose, the GPU is still taken from ARM. That might cease to exist as Samsung might use a custom-designed GPU for seamless integration between both of these silicon. To make a Galaxy S10 or the Galaxy X smarter, an NPU, or Neural Processing Unit is also said to be a part of the specifications.

It’s currently unclear whether this tech is meant primarily for the Galaxy S10 or the long-rumored Galaxy X foldable smartphone, but we’re willing to bet that Samsung will be trying to place this tech in as many pies as possible, should it succeed in making it.

Samsung sure impressed critics last year with the release of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, with its Infinity Display and a bunch of other hardware improvements. While the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will look like a hardware update with virtually no change to their design, a new leak from Weibo reveals that the phone that will succeed the Galaxy S9 duo is the flagship smartphone that you all should be waiting for. Some reports also claim that Samsung could ditch the Galaxy S naming scheme next year in favour of Galaxy X.

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