We will only be seeing Samsung’s next flagship smartphone hit the market in early 2019. However, this does not stop people from looking and trying to find out as many things about the device in a short amount of time. Today we are going to center our discussion on all of the reasons why the S10 will not only be slightly faster than the S9 but two times faster than its predecessor.
UFS3.0 Flash Storage
One of the most exciting things that we have recently heard about the Galaxy S10 is that it is going to come with UFS3.0 flash storage. We are basing this proposition on the fact that the South Korean device maker is upping its production for these chips in the second half of this year. For those that do not know, UFS stands for “Universal Flash Storage,” and this latest successor is the upgrade from the UFS2.1 storage chip that we got with the Samsung Galaxy S9.
The name says it all. UFS3.0 flash storage is twice as fast as its predecessor, meaning that the S10 is going to have way better storage performance than the S9. Users will be able to download and install apps and games, along with accessing their files, at incredibly fast speeds. As per always, it is only natural that we mention the source behind this information leak, in this case, it is yet again Ice Universe.
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
From what we have seen already from a large number of leaks, we can quickly determine that Samsung’s Galaxy S10 is going to be an incredibly powerful device which will undoubtedly trump the market and claim a designated spot at the top next year. This not only makes sense for us since Samsung is planning to put all of their efforts into this device since it marks a 10 year anniversary but also since it is natural to have the next device in a series have better performance than the last one.
From what we know so far, we can expect to see a device which will come with an in-screen fingerprint reader, something that we have wanted for some time now. It is also likely to sport a triple lens rear camera and a new design which makes it look even more polished. If we add the new storage performance to the mix, we have a device that is shaping up to be the new face of the next-generation handheld device.