This has almost become a holiday tradition. Every year, around this time, leaks of information and rumors about the next top of the South Korean manufacturer enter the heading. The new trio Samsung Galaxy S10, Lite and Plus is no exception.
After much information has circulated during the past few weeks, new information has now come through new performance tests. These tests have demonstrated their capabilities regarding internet browsing, but that's not what matters most.
In these tests, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and the S10 Plus were used, presenting quite impressive results. However, it is important to note that you were using the browser developed by the brand itself.
Get ready for thinner edges on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and S10 Lite
However, their test results are not the most interesting in this new information. Thanks to smartphone resolution details, we've got a better idea of what your screens will have to offer.
As has been stated in previous rumors, both smartphones feature screens in a 19: 9 format. In practice, this type of format turns out to reflect higher screens, considering that the previous models had a format 18,5: 9.
Certainly, the manufacturer will not include a notch in its next top-of-range, especially after presenting the Infinity-O screens. For this reason, the only possible way to achieve this type of format is by reducing its vertical margins.
These are undoubtedly confirmations that will be very well received by the fans of the manufacturer. Especially after seeing Galaxy Note 9 arrive with unnecessarily 'wide' margins.