Samsung Galaxy F first batch will be "very" limited

Samsung Galaxy F first batch will be

Samsung Galaxy F first batch will be "very" limited

Galaxy S10 in the U.S. will launch with the Qualcomm processor, which will allow support for 5G connectivity. Verizon's current 5G deployments use their proprietary 5G TF technology.

Samsung teased the Galaxy A8s phone on Chinese social media platform Weibo revealing the screen design. However, 5G advocates claims the switch will represent a much bigger speed upgrade this time around, making the decision to wait potentially riskier for the iPhone. Qualcomm also aims to make fingerprint readers integrated into the display a mainstream reality: the company will present a new sensor called 3D Sonic Sensor that promises to work even with a dirty display or one protected by films. The company plans to transition these deployments to use industry standard 5G NR equipment in the future, though it has not provided a timeline for this transition.

While Qualcomm will offer the 855 with and without 5G (as it confirmed was the plan with its 5G X50 modem earlier this year), there's no doubt that for consumers, OEMs, and operators alike, next-gen network technologies are the main draw here.

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Qualcomm's network partners are already pushing a strong 5G narrative here in the United States, with AT&T and Verizon leading the way.

Slated for release sometime in the spring of 2019, this mystery phone will be the second 5G-capable device on AT&T's network, alongside the mmWave Netgear Nighthawk 5G Mobile Hotspot, which should be coming out later this month.

The race to 5G is ramping up. It is no surprise that Samsung are also moving to an in-display finger-print sensor (rumoured to be ultrasonic rather than the optical sensors in phones at the moment) after some manufacturers, including their main rival Huawei, have managed to implement it, and implement it well, this year. While no specific release date was mentioned, the two companies are saying its 5G phone will hit stores in the first half of 2019. However, things get hilarious and awkward when you are caught promoting your product using the product of a rival brand. What we do know is that the 855 will probably power the bulk of next year's high-end smartphones (because what else would?).

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