Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone is completely invented

If Samsung Galaxy  smartphone introduces the years repeatedly promised and repeatedly shifted Falthandy on Wednesday night, the world's attention is the world leader, the Chinese competition has been tampered badly in recent years, for sure.
Whether the device is then also suitable for everyday use, must be shown, but something Samsung has done so anyway in any case. The mobile phone heralds a new phase in the smartphone age: After five years on a development plateau with many small improvements, but without big jumps , new mobile phones are now exciting again.
In these areas you can expect a lot in the next few years:
Foldable screens: After years of prototyping and design studies, flexible and scrollable screens are now ready to be mass produced. However, there is still a lack of really convincing device designs and above all the necessary software. Nevertheless, it is already clear that a screen whose size can be adjusted to user needs has a lot of potential.
5G: Similar to the foldable screens, the new mobile standard comes with big promises. First things will get a bit faster, but in the next few years, 5G will enable completely new apps and services that we can not yet imagine, but soon will not want to miss.
E-SIM: To the dismay of the Telecomkonzerne the E-SIM is already installed in the first devices (even the newest iPhones). It allows unbureaucratic change the provider or abroad to use a cheap prepaid service, and all without the frigble SIM card exchange. Positive side effect: Without a SIM card and the corresponding slot can not break any more. It will take some time until the E-SIM also appears in cheaper devices, but their triumphal procession will not be stopped.
Sensors behind screens: Front-filling screens look and are trendy. But they pose a problem for manufacturers: Where do selfie camera, facial recognition or fingerprint sensor come from? Some manufacturers (such as Apple) make it on top of the phone a recess in the screen. Other manufacturers (like Samsung soon) cut a hole in the screen and place their camera there. It will take some time for cameras to hide behind the screen, but even now you can reliably place the fingerprint sensor behind the screen. That worked well on the Huawei 30 ProWith newer mobile phones it only gets better.
Touch -sensitive enclosures: Who says that only the screen can be touch-sensitive? Mobile phones that can be operated with a wipe on the edge or on the back, without covering the screen with your fingers at the same time, are already technically possible. Still missing successful examples.
Touchless operation: Googles project Soli goes one step further A radar chip detects finger movement near the device. This allows you to operate a mobile phone or a watch without touching it. There are already many approvals for the technology. It will probably not be too long.
Haptic feedback: The technological successor of the Vibra alarm can do much more than annoying attention. With targeted vibrations mobile phones can give the impression that you press buttons, although there are none. So the actual screen suddenly becomes three-dimensional.
No openings or buttons: Thanks to the E-SIM, wireless charging and haptic feedback, it will be possible in the future to build more robust cell phones without openings and moving parts. In order for this to work in everyday life and not to become a user horror, manufacturers need a lot of tact.
Proper Augmented Reality: Apple , ahead of all manufacturers, never tires of emphasizing the possibilities of augmented reality. Placing digital objects in your own field of vision is fascinating and full of potential. Ideally, it works in a pair of glasses (like the Hololens from Microsoft), but it still works well on smartphones today It gets really exciting when mobile phones get even better sensors to better capture the space and the environment. Currently they use a combination of cameras and software. With special sensors much more will be possible in the next few years.
Three-dimensional screens: Amazon's Fire Phone was one of the biggest tech flops in recent years. His biggest novelty: a screen that pretended to be a camera to see three-dimensional objects. Amazon is not the first and not the last manufacturer to fail on a 3-D screen. Nevertheless, many companies continue to work on it. Maybe someday somebody succeeds in bringing a three-dimensional user interface onto a flat screen.
New shapes: Oled screens can not only be bent, they can also be produced in almost any shape: round clocks and mobile phone screens with camera holes are just the beginning. Rounds, triangular or crescent-shaped smartphones is thus no longer technically in the way. However, the fact that digital content comes into its own on rectangular surfaces is likely to prevent daring manufacturers from over-riding too much.
Modularity: The dream of a modular mobile phone that can be expanded or upgraded to new functions at will, is apparently never dreamed out. Even big flops could not get the idea down. Currently Motorola continues to give the idea. But even with the Fairphone, for example, the camera can be swapped for a better, and even Apple has recently introduced the battery case a kind of modular extension for the iPhone.
Smaller Power Supplies: Gallium nitride has the potential to replace silicon in computer chips. But now the semiconductor material makes only once power supplies significantly smaller and more powerful. At least once it may allow charging cables that do without power supply block, or completely new chip designs.
New cases: Anyone who carries his cell phone without a protective cover, loves the risk. Smartphones have become more vulnerable to breakage in recent years - thanks to glass backs. New types of glass promise to reduce the risk, but a quantum leap is not in sight. However, other materials, such as leather backs, have the potential to eliminate the need for a protective cover.
Even more cameras: what were the double cameras last year, this year will be the triple cameras . Even Apple will put at least one of the new iPhones on three cameras, one hears from the rumor mill. How should this continue? Maybe next year, four cameras will be the right sound? It is clear that the more light one or more cameras record, the more the software can do with it later. That the software plays a key role, showing Google's phones, which still have only one camera, but in terms of performance and image quality must make no compromises.
battery of the Samsung Galaxy S10 has been tested: As for the biggest of all mobile phone hassles, there is still no solution in sight. Although rechargeable batteries become more durable, processors are more economical and software is smarter, but the one-week mobile phone remains a dream.

Completely new devices: Even more exciting than smartphones themselves, however, are devices that go beyond and make them redundant in more and more areas. Glasses are still a few years away, but clever headphones and smart watches will get even bigger roles in our everyday lives. You just have to see how many people have airpods in their ears. Would be a pity to hear about it only music. (Editors Tamedia)

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