Samsung is all ready to re-capture the mid-segment smartphone market in India with their revamped Galaxy "J" series. The South Korean firm has never used the CES platform to announce its flagship phones but has only used it showcase consumer electronics devices like TVs, refrigerators and so on. The phone has been certified by the Chinese certification site, TENAA, which has revealed certain details about Samsung's upcoming smartphone. This timeline would make sense if CES was the announcement date of the S10, as Samsung wouldn't want two flagship devices at the same trade show. The smartphone launch date is set for February 2019, according to South Korea's newspaper The Bell.
To ensure that the Galaxy S10 gets official in January 2019, Samsung is reportedly aiming to receive its components by October this year.
The Galaxy S9 and S9+ took center stage during this year's Mobile World Congress event held in Barcelona, Spain.
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If leaks are to be believed, experts say that it is a smart approach for the manufacturer to inject something new. This is a switch from the previous code name, Valley, signalling a move from development to production.
As far as the camera is concerned, Galaxy S8 Lite is likely to come with a 16MP rear camera with LED flash and an 8MP front-facing camera with a wide angle lens. As per the specifications listed, the phone will come with a 5.8-inch, 2,220 x 1,080 resolution display.
There's also news on the form factor of the device, the new report suggests it's going to be made up of three 3.5-inch displays, so users can fold it like a book, open it like a tablet, and still see one of the screens when the device is closed up.