Samsung Showed A Prototype Smartphone With 5G Support
At the CES 2019, journalists found the prototype of the Samsung smartphone with the support of the fifth generation networks.
According to the source, the prototype at the exhibition is fully functional, it has a screen, volume buttons and turning on, calling the digital assistant Bixby. It even has a cover, though it is intended to conceal the genuine design of the smartphone. However, in the hands of the prototype did not give, the device stood in the window behind the glass and showed a looped video of their peculiarities.
Apparently, it’s the same device that was featured in the December event at the Qualcomm Tech Summit in Hawaii. If the flagship smartphone Galaxy S10 is expected to screen with a small aperture under the front camera, then the prototype is cut to the camera and the sensors shifted to the corner. The smartphone is based on a single-chip Qualcomm Snapdragon 855.