New leak shows the final screen design of Galaxy S10

Previous rumors have suggested the chipset might end up being called the Snapdragon 8150, but alas, Qualcomm chose to go with the more logical naming scheme. In the race to 5G, AT&T is seen as the likely leader with the launch of a mobile 5G network in a dozen markets by the end of 2018. Additionally, at the event, Qualcomm Technologies, AT&T and Verizon turned on live millimetre wave 5G networks and showcased a number of 5G consumer experiences powered by the Snapdragon X50 5G Modem and RF subsystem.

So far, Verizon and AT&T have confirmed that Samsung will release a 5G-capable smartphone in the first half of 2019.

We think the new handset will be the USA version of the Galaxy S10 - Samsung usually releases two versions of its "S" series handsets; one based on its Exynos chip which comes to most territories including the United Kingdom and another based on Qualcomm's latest platform for the U.S. market. Samsung might be the first off-the-block with the new processor. All of this can be done while using 25% of the power used previously.

The chipset also includes Qualcomm's 4th-gen multi-core AI engine, which promises 3x performance boost in all artificial intelligence features, compared to the predecessor.

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Samsung will also launch versions of the handset with their own Samsung Exynos 9820 processor, we are looking forward to finding out more details about Samsung's new flagships.

Apart from 5G connectivity, Qualcomm also announced its "3D Sonic Sensor", a fingerprint scanner for smartphones that will lay underneath the screen completely hidden from sight.

The rapid development and rigorous work that went into next year's round of 5G network deployments were a big theme here at Tech Summit day 1, and it's not hard to see how insanely fast data speeds stand to change what we expect from our smartphones.

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