While most people are excited to see the Note 9 become available on the market finally, others cannot wait to hear as much info as possible about Samsung’s next big smartphone of 2019, namely the Galaxy S10. This device has been in the limelight for some time now since the South Korean tech giant looks like it is pouring all of its resources and newest pieces of technology into it. There has been an extended number of rumors already going around, talking about more prominent displays, under-screen fingerprint sensors, and many other exciting improvements. However, today we will talk about some new rumors which point to the improved performance of this high-end device.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Leak
A new tweet coming from Ice Universe points to the fact that the S10 is going to come with support for LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.0 storage. To put it in simpler terms, this means that the device is going to be faster than any of the previous smartphones coming from Samsung in the past. Of course, this is to be expected, but the jump in performance levels is tangible.
Samsung will mass-produce LPDDR5 and UFS3.0 chips in the second half of the year, and I look forward to the Galaxy S10.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 14, 2018
To put things into perspective, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ came with UFS 2.1 flash storage module, the fastest modules at the time. As we have seen from a first-hand account, these modules ensure that performance wise the device performs a various array of tasks in a blink of a second.
UFS 3.0 modules almost double the bandwidth of the previous processor, and they even consume less power, and they will not heat up the device as much. If the S10 is going to come with this module, then we can expect to see a noticeable improvement in the streaming and gaming performance. You will also see improvements in almost every other department of your device, including video recording support.
The device is also said to come with an under-screen fingerprint sensor. We admit that we have been waiting for this fingerprint sensor for some time now and we are excited to see it being released with the S10. Another rumor points to the fact that the S10 will have thinner bezels and more screen space due to what is called a “sound on display” speaker. By using this type of technology, the need for physical speakers on the front end of the screen is reduced, which inevitably leads to more screen space, something that we are happy about.