With a recent announcement, Samsung will continue to adopt new form factors and cutting-edge technologies, pointing to the foldable smartphone Galaxy X and the new flagship Galaxy S10
South Korean technology giant Samsung has been critically unresponsive about the Galaxy S10, which will be the company’s most exclusive smartphone, and Galaxy X, which is expected to be the world’s first foldable smartphone:
“The company that will look to the future (Samsung) will increase its competitiveness based on hardware leadership by adopting the latest technologies and new form factors and gaining leadership in 5G technology.
This statement, though at first glance seems like it does not say anything, has serious clues about the company’s future plans. The most noteworthy Samsung products at this point are the Galaxy S10 and the foldable smartphone Galaxy X.
As you can guess, Samsung refers to ‘new form factors’ and foldable smartphones that have not yet been introduced as an example. No one knows if Samsung competes with LG and Huawei to drive the world’s first foldable smartphone to the market.
What Samsung means by ‘cutting-edge technology’ is the technology that will be on the Galaxy S10. With this announcement, Samsung says the Galaxy S10 features features such as state-of-the-art enhanced reality features, 3D face mapping and an embedded fingerprint scanner on the screen.
Samsung is expected to introduce three smartphones in the coming months. The Galaxy S10 will be the company’s flagship. Galaxy X will be the world’s first foldable smartphone, and Galaxy F will drive the market as the company’s first player-focused smartphone.