Samsung said its memory business (NAND and DRAM) suffered from "macroeconomic uncertainties and adjustments in inventory levels" by customers that include data center companies and smartphone makers.
Manufacturing lines for tech giant Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S10 in Korea, as well as overseas, have started running at full throttle since last week, churning out what will mark the 10th anniversary of the tech giant's entry into the Android smartphone market, according to sources on January 30.
91mobiles has revealed what seems to be official renders of the Galaxy S10+, showing the device off in all its glory. In fact, the company expects slow smartphone sales to affect its mobile display business in the first quarter of 2019, as well. So the actual phone shouldn't be much bigger than last year's handsets. During the conference, Samsung said that it would begin the mass production of foldable Infinity Display in the coming months. That means the Galaxy S10 will likely be the world's first smartphone to come with 1TB of onboard storage, though the Galaxy S10 Plus will only offer 1TB native storage. Also, Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite were rumoured to pack in 3,500mAh and 3,100mAh batteries, respectively. There's less bezel, more screen, new cameras, and a punch "don't call it a notch" hole. The entry-level Galaxy S10 Lite will come packed with some watered down features including a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and is expected to arrive in a yellow color option in some markets, though renders of that device is obviously absent at the moment. The ultrasonic fingerprint tech boasts better accuracy than traditional ones, such as those featured in the current iPhone and Galaxy S, and shows excellent performance in harsh conditions, like grease, sweat or light. We might also see a triple-camera setup on the Galaxy S10 series and either Qualcomm Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 chipset.