Samsung Galaxy S10 to be Powered by NPU Enabled Processor Unit

Samsung Galaxy S10 to be Powered by NPU Enabled Processor Unit

Although there was an update from Samsung France that the Korean giants might soon release Android 9 Pie on flagship devices such as the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9. The Galaxy S10 is expected to arrive with at least 6GB of RAM, and it's possible that we'll see an in-display fingerprint scanner built into the phone.

The Samsung Galaxy A9 also wasn't especially shocking, as rumours have been swirling around that Samsung would be introducing their first quad-camera in the handset. It seems that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will make use of the S9's 12 MP f1.5/2.4 variable aperture lens that will act as the main camera and eventually be backed up by a wide-angle 16MP sensor with f1.9 aperture boasting of a 123-degree field of view.

The same Ice posted news on Twitter, a screen shot of Samsung's job offer, which suggests that Samsung is now working on a second-generation NPU model. But unless you're in dire need of an upgrade, the smart move is to wait for what the next iPhone, Pixel and even Galaxy S10 bring. There is no mention for now on which of the three lenses mentioned above will be left out, Digital Trends said.

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"We're excited to deliver on this promise and debut world-leading smartphone camera technology with the Galaxy A9". That's probably going to be reserved for the Galaxy A9 Pro coming later this week. The first one, codenamed Beyond 0, is believed to be a Samsung Galaxy S10 Mini with Beyond 1 being the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Beyond 2 being the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus.

Images of the Galaxy A9 were leaked ahead of today's launch by Evan Blass and German site AllAboutSamsung, which filled in details of a claim by phone leaker Ice Universe in September that Samsung was cooking up a four-camera phone. Other specifications remain unknown for now. It will also be powered by a 4000mAh battery pack.

According to a report released on Wednesday, Samsung, riding on an outstanding performance by Galaxy Note 9, registered a 60 per cent market share (by value) and 62.5 per cent market share (by volume) in the premium 30,000 rupees (Bt13,000) segment for the month of August in India.

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