The Galaxy S10 combines industry-leading hardware with AI-powered performance management software for a seamless smartphone usage experience.
From customer service bots to full service assistants that can book flights and hotels for you, artificial intelligence is taking the tech world by storm. But AI is about more than just digital assistants. It plays a significant role in optimizing software and improving the way we interact with our devices. Such is the case with the Galaxy S10’s new intelligent performance software – it’s so good, you’ll barely even notice just how hard it’s working. But that doesn’t mean you won’t see the benefits.
The Galaxy S10 marries best-in-class hardware with machine learning and AI-powered performance management software that optimizes the battery, CPU, RAM, and even the temperature of your phone, so you get the best performance without ever needing to fiddle with settings. From longer battery life to faster app launching and improved performance, the Galaxy S10 delivers the ultimate, seamless smartphone experience. So how did Samsung pull it off? The journey of innovation all started with the battery.
Better Battery1, Faster Charging
Have you ever been jogging on the treadmill to your favorite workout jam only to find that your wireless buds are almost out of juice? Thanks to the Galaxy S10, there’s no need to panic. With the Galaxy S10’S Wireless PowerShare2 capabilities you can charge Qi-certified phones, and wearables, like the Galaxy Buds, on the go so you never have to worry about running out of juice. Even if your battery does get low, with Fast Wireless Charging 2.0 you can charge your device up to 36 percent faster than the previous generation of phones2, bringing you back up to a full charge in no time at all.
But it wasn’t enough to create a better battery – the battery also needed to outperform the best on the market. The answer? Artificial Intelligence.
An Intelligent Performance Enhancer
Making sure your phone lasts all day requires more than just putting in a bigger battery – it also means optimizing how the power it provides is used. To boost power efficiency, Samsung introduced a suite of intelligent performance tools to the Galaxy S10 that work together to give you a seamless experience and a battery that lasts all day.
App Pre-loading and vRamDisk, work together to ready resources in advance to improve app response. App Pre-loading learns your app usage pattern and predicts what apps you will load next. For example, if you tend to open your messenger app after using your camera, then your messenger app will be pre-loaded when you open your camera app.
The vRamDisk works in conjunction with App Pre-loading by reading and bringing the resources needed for app launching, such as windows and images, onto RAM. It also allows frequently used apps to be accessed more quickly by learning on which page the app is on the screen launcher, so the resources can be pre-loaded for that specific page.
Battery performance was also enhanced with the new intelligent battery management system. Check out the infographic below to see how it works with the Galaxy S10.
1Typical value tested under third-party laboratory condition. Typical value is the estimated average value considering the deviation in battery capacity among the battery samples tested under IEC 61960 standard. Rated (minimum) capacity is 3000mAh for Galaxy S10e, 3300mAh for Galaxy S10 and 4000mAh for Galaxy S10+. Actual battery life may vary depending on network environment, usage patterns and other factors.
2Using Wireless PowerShare, you can charge Samsung and Qi-certified phones, and wearables such as Galaxy S9, S9+, S8, S8+, S8 Active, S7, S7 edge, S7 Active, S6, S6 edge, S6 Active, S6 edge+, Note9, Note8, Note FE, Note5, and wearables such as Galaxy Watch Active, Gear Sport, Gear S3, Galaxy Watch (46/42mm), and Galaxy Buds. It may not work with certain accessories, covers, or other brand devices. Wireless PowerShare may also affect call reception or data services, depending on your network environment.
3Users may specify whether or not they’d like Adaptive Power Saving mode to automatically activate in their Galaxy S10’s settings.