Technology market is shaking with the release of Samsung Galaxy S10

Samsung is committed to bring digital experiences to life through innovative, high quality, innovative products.
With that in mind, Samsung is constantly striving to deliver innovation and value-sharing to its customer. All technology lovers around the world are always looking forward to what Samsung offer to the market in the near future.

Recently, Samsung Galaxy S10 just released the latest concept indicates the prospects of creating the new storm in the smartphone industry in the coming time.

In recent days, Samsung Galaxy S10 is rumored to be an important factor to make the high-end smartphone exciting at the end of the year.

Most recently, Concept Creator, a unique phone designer, has launched the concept of the Galaxy S10 in high detail.

According to the video and image that Concept Creator provides, the Galaxy S10 has a row of 3 beautiful cameras in the back. There is also an extra green version with the metal or glass body.

In particular, the ultra-slim phone screen and rear camera array have yellow outlines for the green version to look better.

The selfie camera is placed in the middle of the upper section and has a very delicate design headset. There are also LED flashes, sensors and other camera sensors mounted horizontally, in the lower right of the main camera.

Without the fingerprint sensor button, it’s possible that the upcoming Galaxy S10 will have a sensor embedded inside the screen. The camera of this concept is said to have a wide angle shot up to 127 degrees.

Not just that, the bright blue screen, the two blue strips, can be either red, or gray / orange, which makes the Galaxy S10 concept look fabulous. The corners of the smartphone are cut in the shape of round creating the reminiscent look for the Galaxy Note.

It is said that the Samsung Galaxy S10 is a new model that a lot of people are expecting to see it. Look at these designs, some people also think that this may be the blockbuster in smart phones segmentation.

Apple Mac Mini Review for 2018

The Mac mini has always been the black sheep of the computer line up at Apple. It’s not the preferred choice when it comes to video editors or graphics designers as they both simply opt in for the iMac. It’s also never been a versatile product for well-off college students, modern office workers, or the coder class as they simply go for the MacBook line. The Mac mini has always been regarded as the budget option for consumers because it’s cheap, simplistic, and manages to get the necessary work done without any hassles. However, the 2018 Mac mini is a completely different beast.

The 2018 Mac mini is much more powerful this time round and is considered a miniature Mac Pro which means it doesn’t have the cheap price tag anymore either. The cheapest Mac mini now goes for $799 where it previously sold for under $500. You can also upgrade the Mac mini with a bigger solid state drive, additional memory, and a faster processor, allowing you to spec out a Mac mini for over $4,000 if you wish. So now the question is, does it justify its high price tag to still be regarded as a viable budget option?

2018 Mac Mini Specs

The latest Mac mini offers the same design as the 2014 model which was a smart choice by Apple to be honest. It’s also the same weight as the previous version, but comes with an appealing space grey finish. However, on the back, there’s a brand-new port layout, including one HDMI 2.0 port, two USB 3.0 ports, and four Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports. You will also receive a 3.5mm jack as well as an Ethernet jack for added convenience.

When it comes to configurations, you will have two options. You can either opt in for the i3 version which will set you back $799 or the powerful i5 version which will cost you $1,099. This will undoubtably be the priciest and hardest choice you’ll need to make as you won’t be able to upgrade the Max mini at a later stage. The only other difference between the two configurations is that the i3 comes equipped with a 128GB SSD, while the i5 comes with a 256GB SSD. You can obviously upgrade the SSD and RAM, up to 2TB of storage and 64GB of memory, but these upgrades will cost an arm and a leg in the process.

Mac Mini Power

It’s quite surprising to see that the Mac mini boasts with the second highest single-core result, only falling behind the mid-2017 iMac which was equipped with a quad-core i7. This powerful little computer is now the ideal replacement for a proper iMac and consumers will undoubtably be pleased with its performance overall. The 2018 Mac mini is also the only desktop Mac, apart from the 5K iMac, that comes with an output for an external 5K monitor when using just a single cable. So, if you looking to upgrade your 20104 Mac mini version for the latest one, we highly recommend that you do. Consumers can even enjoy fantastic sports betting opportunities on the new Mac mini when visiting BettingTop10.