Android 9 Pie is finally arriving on Samsung devices

Android 9 Pie is finally arriving on Samsung devices

Android 9 Pie is finally arriving on Samsung devices

"Samsung started mass producing the Galaxy S10 at its manufacturing lines in Korea on January 25", a source from a supplier firm told The Investor on condition of anonymity, adding the global mass production of the new phones also started simultaneously.

According to the FCC certification, the Galaxy Buds are a "Bluetooth Headset" and will be manufactured by Samsung Vietnam. But reportedly, the first wave of these phones won't include 5G-capable devices. Samsung still seems to love Bixby, so I could see the company's digital assistant being onboard, similar to what Google has with Assistant in select audio products. Earlier, there were rumours that Samsung Galaxy S10+ might get a 5000mAh battery. That being said, an industry source added that the Galaxy S10 5G variant will be mass produced in the first half of 2019 in partnership with Verizon and AT&T. Lastly, the Galaxy S10 Plus may house a 6.4-inch Infinity-0 display that a slightly wider cutout at the top-right corner of the screen to accommodate two selfie cameras. The ultrasonic fingerprint tech boasts better accuracy than traditional ones, such as those featured in the current iPhone and Galaxy S, and shows excellent performance in harsh conditions, like grease, sweat or light.

The source affirmed a few other details we've heard so far, like in-screen fingerprint sensors across all three Galaxy S10 models, a triple-lens camera and a pre-installed screen protector. The smartwatch will come in Black, Gold, Green, and Silver color and is rumored to launch with the Galaxy S10 on February 20.

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