This has almost become a Christmas tradition. Every year, around this time, information leaks and rumors about the South Korean manufacturer's upcoming flagships come to a head. The new Samsung Galaxy S10, Lite and Plus trio is no exception.
After much information has been circulating over the past few weeks, new information has now come through further performance testing. These tests have demonstrated your capabilities for internet browsing, but that is not what matters most.
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In these tests we used the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and the S10 Plus, presenting very impressive results. However, it is important to note that you were using the browser developed by the brand itself.
Get ready for thinner margins on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and S10 Lite
However, their test results are not the most interesting in this new information. Thanks to the detail resolution of smartphone images, we have a better idea of what your screens will have to offer.
As indicated in previous rumors, both smartphones feature 19: 9 aspect ratio screens. In practice, this type of format ultimately reflects higher screens, whereas previous models had an 18.5: 9 aspect ratio.
Certainly the manufacturer will not include a notch in its next high end, especially after introducing the Infinity-O screens. Therefore, the only possible way to achieve this type of format is by reducing its vertical margins.
These are undoubtedly confirmations that will be very well received by fans of the manufacturer. Especially after seeing the Galaxy Note 9 with unnecessarily 'wide' margins.
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