Earlier today we introduced you to a wide range of information regarding Samsung's new flagship products. According to that same report, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will be just one of the members of this new family.
In fact, what has been advanced today shows the existence of three variants. We will have the Galaxy S10 and its Pus version, both with curved screen. In addition, we will have another variant that will bring a screen without any lateral curvature.
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Both Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and the regular version will bring the much desired biometric sensor on the screen. As if that were not enough, these two variants will be entitled to a front camera accommodated behind your screen.
This last point is what bridges the latest information we have for you. According to new reports, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will be able to bring a larger screen.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will have a screen with a ratio of 93.4%
In fact, we are told that the Galaxy S10 Plus will have a ratio of 93.4%. This is the percentage the screen will occupy when compared to the physical structure of the smartphone.
For comparison, the current Galaxy S9 has a ratio of 83.6%. Oppo Find X has a ratio of 93.8%. In other words, the new South Korean flagship will have one of the best structural benefits of the market.
The same source also adds the presence of the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 and Exynos 9820 processors. We are not surprised here, as they are the next top SoC from both manufacturers.
Still, it should be noted that these processors will impact the autonomy of new equipment. Not only for its new 7nm construction but also for the new cell that will be incorporated into the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus.
In fact, the source says that this model will have a 4000mAh battery. Here we have a 500mAh increase over the Galaxy S9 +. The combination of these factors will certainly impact the autonomy of the smartphone.
Still, it should be noted that the screen should be larger and therefore will consume more power. That is, it is not enough to incorporate a larger cell or a more efficient processor. There has to be a balance between the components and the energy they require.
As you will certainly realize, the details of South Korea's new high-end tops keep coming up. Its final design should be chosen by the end of November, so this flow of information will tend to increase.
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