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Interpretation of Samsung Galaxy S10 Invitation Letter: It's interesting to play with the Gradient fuselage, release time and venue

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Just as the CES conference in Las Vegas was in full swing, both Apple and Samsung made two big news in the digital circle:

One is Apple near the CES venue.Hang up a meaningful PosterAnother is that Samsung announced the launch date of its new flagship.

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On the evening of January 10, Beijing Time, Samsung released a poster for the release time of the new aircraft to the global media. It is scheduled to hold a new product launch at 11:00 a.m. Westward Time on February 20 (3:00 a.m. Beijing Time on February 21) in the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco.

From the "10" and the time node on the poster, it should be Samsung's new flagship Galaxy S10.

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But in addition to the most intuitive release time, we can also look at the poster, it seems that we can get a glimpse of the poster "hint" the meaning of the new product layer by layer.

Four color matching schemes

In 2018, smartphones are playing a big role in appearance brand. In addition to the return of sliding and flipping shapes, gradient color matching has become one of the magic weapons for manufacturers to attract users.

Samsung's poster is made up of at least four colors. The top part is a gradual change from pink to blue, and the bottom part is a change from black to purple. In the figure of "10", Samsung fills 1 and 0 with pure black and white respectively.

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Although all the Samsung handsets we used to touch in the past are pure color, it is not surprising that gradient color appears on Samsung handsets. As early as November last year, Samsung tried gradient design of ice blue from blue to gray on Galaxy S9.

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Later on in Galaxy A8s, they spread the gradient.In three different waysPresent. This shows that Samsung has been trying out the gradient scheme, and this time "Pink Blue" and "Black Purple" in the poster should appear in the new color of Galaxy S10.

Another new eye-catching color is white. Although Samsung has tried the white fuselage scheme on Galaxy Note 9 last year, the white version of Note 9 only landed in some regional markets because of its new color and market attention is not as high as when the new plane was released.

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So after Note 9, we have reason to believe that the Galaxy S10 will also have a white glass fuselage, and will use this update to launch the national version.

"10" is an indispensable pun

In recent years, manufacturers like to play pun in the poster, of course, Samsung is no exception in the poster revealed the configuration of the new machine.

In addition to the obvious expression that the new machine will be related to the number of 10, careful observation shows that the number is not only horizontal, but also "0" is in the most striking middle of the whole poster.

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Does this seem to imply that Galaxy S10 will be equipped with the latest "drilling screen" and that it will also be an oval opening?

Samsung has previously implemented screen-to-screen on LCDThrough holeThe first drilling screen was processed and applied to the Galaxy A8s mobile phone.

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But recently Evan Blass, a Twitter technology BloggerexposureAccording to the spy, the screen openings are designed in the upper right corner, and there are slight curved curves on both sides of the screen. According to the previous hardware configuration rules of Galaxy S series, this should be an OLED flexible screen.

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In addition, designersBenGeSkinThe rendering diagram also reveals the application of the drilling screen in the new machine, which will have two kinds of opening schemes: round and ellipse.

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Therefore, combined with posters and rendering maps, we can predict that the Galaxy S10 series will likely be equipped with flexible drilling screens, and the Plus model will also use elliptical screen openings to place pre-dual lens.

Change in release date and address

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Yes, Samsung's old CP Apple. For those who have been following Apple's launch, Apple is a regular visitor to Bill Graham's City Hall.

  • In 1977, Jobs and Wozniak released Apple II here.
  • In 1979, two founders also released Apple II Plus here.
  • In 2015, Apple held an autumn conference here to launch the iPhone 6s.
  • In 2016, Apple held WWDC here and released iOS 10 system.
  • In September of the same year, Apple released the iPhone 7 and Apple Watch Series 2 here.

Samsung has adjusted its release location and time, and rumors suggest that this is a change Samsung has made in order to avoid competitors.

The choice to be held in San Francisco on the West Coast may also be a response from Samsung to Apple, which is based in San Francisco's Silicon Valley and has launched new mobile phones in New York on the East Coast over the years, only this time in San Francisco.

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_Galaxy S10 Concept Rendering Graph. Picture from: Phone Arena

According to the previous exposure on the network, Galaxy S10 will probably be equipped with a new drilling screen, the first Qualcomm Luan 855 processor, a fingerprint identification scheme under the screen and a rear three-camera lens. At the same time, the series will provide standard version, 5G network customized version, Lite introductory version and Plus high matching version options.

In terms of new functions, foreign media SlashgearExpressGalaxy S10 will support reverse wireless charging similar to Huawei Mate 20 Pro, which Samsung calls PowerShare and can directly charge other mobile phones and even watches wirelessly.

In addition, online sources said that Samsung would announce at the conference what it was named "Galaxy F".Folding screen equipment

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