Samsung’s next flagship is, obviously, the Galaxy Note 9 and won’t be seeing the light of the day soon, or at least until this September. But interestingly, news regarding the next to next Galaxy flagship, the Galaxy S10 started surfacing. Since a fresh report from the Bell, a South-Korean publication suggests titbits of what all new changes we could see on Samsung’s 10th anniversary product.
Let’s start from the design aspects, as most of the Samsung patron’s are expecting a drastic design changes with the Galaxy S10. Unfortunately, they ought to be disheartened by the report, since it seems Samsung is sticking with the same Infinity Display on Galaxy S10. Which points to, the Galaxy S10 won’t be that long rumored foldable phone by the South-Korean giant.
However, the report does mention that the displays of Galaxy S10/S10+ will be slightly larger than the predecessors. Samsung has reportedly finalized the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ display specifications and passed onto the Samsung Display. In case if you don’t know, Samsung Display is the subsidiary responsible for manufacturing the brilliant sAMOLED panels that we see on Samsung devices.
As per the report, the screen sizes are said to be 5.8 inches and 6.3 inches for the S10 and S10+ respectively. If precisely taken, the displays on S10 and S10+ will be 0.03 and 0.08 inches larger than the S9 duos respectively.
Not happy with the report regarding displays and design? We hope the news of the 3D camera expected to be introduced on the Galaxy S10 will cheer you up. The 3D camera sensors are being developed by an Israeli company Mantis Vision and domestic camera module maker Woodgate. If that fruits, then the Samsung’s coveted My Emoji Maker would be meeting the expectations of users in tracking facial expressions accurately. Also, it can enhance the facial biometric authentication as well.
Last but not the least, as far as the in-display fingerprint sensors are in question. The sensors required for the S10’s are being sourced from Qualcomm and Synaptics Technologies. The latter’s optical finger-print sensors are currently employed in Chinese smartphone such as Vivo X20 UD. Hence, it’d be wise for the Samsung to bring the technology to its line-up as soon as possible. On the other hand, earlier, certain reports have pointed out the possibility of in-display fingerprint sensor debuting with the Galaxy Note 9. Well, all these reports are unofficial and hence should be taken with pinch of salt.