Good news for Samsung Galaxy S10 fans! The device will be released with new features.
Ben Geskin the concept designer of the device put together the reports and rumors from fans to virtually create it so we can have a better idea of the concept. The phone is expected to be thin at the top and at the edges of the bottom. The analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that S10 will be available in three sizes: 5.8 inches, 6.1 inches, and 6.4 inches but with the same Samsung’s Infinity Display. For the front camera is expected a major change in resolution.
An in-display fingerprint feature will be added to the lager two S10 models, while the third model, the smaller one, is likely to have fingerprint sensor on the back. The in-display fingerprint scanner is designed as a print icon on the screen.
Rumors say that Samsung has been working on under-display fingerprint scanners feature for some time and the project is confirmed by Samsung as well, as ETNews reported.
Samsung Galaxy S10 most important characteristics are estimated to be:
- 93% screen-to-body ratio
- AI-specific chipset, with CPU, GPU
- Separate neural processor
- UFS 3.0 storage
- 9th-generation mobile Super AMOLED display
- 3D AI processing with camera
- L-shaped battery
- 5G modem
An interesting rumor said that Samsung might change their 3.5mm headphone socket to an under display ear speaker. The 5G new handset will run on top of Android Pie when it comes to the interface Samsung but it will not be a big difference to the Galaxy Note 9.
Samsung’s software has been one of the best features that can be found in all their devices, so it is pretty unlikely to have a change. The company is better to work on the grow of SmartThings and Bixby to expand the connections around the devices.
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