The more precise details of each device are unknown at this stage, but when it comes to making a splash in 2019, it looks like LG is hoping to get a jump-start on its competition at CES.
A recent leak suggests that there might be nearly no edge surrounding the screen, meaning they would ditch the notches of previous models, and the front camera would possibly be built into the display itself. Though, Samsung, Huawei, Microsoft and Xiaomi are few of the companies who are working on manufacturing a foldable smartphone.
No doubt that Samsung also has a less expensive phone which is running in the market and also opted by the people. Earlier leaks have suggested that the smartphone Samsung Galaxy S10+ could be one of the world's first handset to come with 12GB RAM. Previous leaks have suggested that the Galaxy S10 series will feature an ultrasonic under display fingerprint sensor.
Bloomberg says the jack-less Galaxy S10 is now at the testing phase and it does indicate a change in Samsung's strategy that it may follow Apple in going completely wireless with its devices. He argues that in the framework of the January CES 2019 in Las Vegas LG will present its folding smartphone.
The Galaxy S10 will be the 2019 flagship phone from Samsung.
Let's see how the execution part of this winning proposition has fared for Samsung by examining the galaxy A7 4GB+64Gb variant. With a wide range of new products on the way, all in line with the company's ThinQ AI plans, CES 2018 will feature some of the smartest LG technology ― from home appliances to mobile gadgets ― to date. Adding electronic image stabilization could also be one of Samsung's first steps towards implementing computational photography similar to Google's software magic. Having two screens on its upcoming foldable would obviously allow for more unique features, but would also give Samsung an advantage over single-display designs that don't offer the same amount of screen real estate.