Published: Sun, March 24, 2019
Technology | By Nina Perez

New hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy Fold

New hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy Fold

We previously heard that the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G would be launching in April and now it looks like the handset will go on sale on the 5th of April.

Samsung had originally planned to release the Galaxy S10 5G in South Korea by the end of March.

If that April 11date sounds familiar, it's because that's the same date that Verizon will launch its very first 5G Ultra Wideband service in the Chicago and Minneapolis markets.

Samsung is using its new "Infinity Flex" display that's made of plastic for its upcoming Galaxy Fold smartphone, whereas most nonfolding smartphones use glass.

Samsung recently unveiled its reinvented Galaxy A smartphone lineup in the market with the launch of Galaxy A30 and the Galaxy A50 smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Screen repair

If you want to get your hands on a Galaxy S10, but plan to hold out for the 5G version, your wait might soon be over. Initially, Big Red will rely exclusively on the Motorola Moto Z3 and the dedicated 5G Moto Mod. Intensive online gaming and video streaming shouldn't be a problem either, which is why the Galaxy S10 5G has been equipped with a massive 6.7-inch AMOLED display.

As reported, the high cost of screen replacement are attributed to some properties of the Galaxy S10 display: HDR10+, punch-hole cutout, under-display fingerprint etc.

A recent video shows creasing down the middle of what appears to be Samsung's unreleased foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold. The camera on the front notch is an 8MP unit, while the back has a duo of 13MP and 5MP shooters. This will help measure depth and will help with augmented reality applications.

Key features of the device include a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display, Exynos 7884 processor, dual rear cameras and a 4,000mAh battery. The smartphone is expected to run Android Pie based operating system and may pack 3GB/4GB RAM.

Similarities between Ethiopian Airlines, Lion Air crashes
The US Transportation Department's inspector general is probing the FAA's approval of the MCAS, the Wall Street Journal reported. The Transportation Department's FAA regulates Chicago-based Boeing and is responsible for certifying that planes can fly safely.

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