The popular leakster Evan Blass tweeted some new speculations and leaks about the much awaited and upcoming Galaxy S10. Notably, the Samsung flagship S-series has been much talked about, and likewise are getting to see so many speculations surfacing about the phone. If we are to believe the popular opinion then similar to the way how S9 brought progressive improvements over the Galaxy S8, the Galaxy S10 is also expected to bring some substantial improvements too. According to the leakster as well, the Galaxy S10 will also offer some fantastic features, which we haven’t quite seen before on other phones. Read Ahead to know more about the leaks from Evan about the upcoming Galaxy S10.
In-Display Fingerprint Sensor Finally on Samsung Phones
Evan took to Twitter and revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S10 would feature a triple rear camera setup which would also include a wide-angle telephoto lens. Further, he also noted that the fingerprint sensor which has been part of the Galaxy S series would be done away with and what will take its place is the ultra-sonic in-display fingerprint sensor. Previously, Samsung had hinted the in-display fingerprint sensor for the Galaxy S9. However, the technology wasn’t ready for mass rollout. We also expected the in-display fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy Note 9, but even that wasn’t rolled out. However, now it seems that Samsung has finally perfected the technology and is now ready to embed the latest Galaxy S10 with its new in-display fingerprint sensor. Also, with so many phones like OnePlus 6T in the market with the in-display fingerprint sensor, it’s high time that Samsung also brings the technology to market.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Infinity-O Display
When it comes to notches on display, Samsung has been a definite exception. The Korean giant has instead taken another path and has focused on increasing the limits of the display by introducing edge-to-edge, bezel-less infinity display and much more. This time, Samsung seems to be implementing what is being called an Infinity-O display, a screen which will come with a “punch hole” design housing the camera and sensors underneath the display. This is expected to be a much more efficient alternative to the notch, and also this would be the first time that we would get to see such a technology.
As for software, Samsung has also introduced the new One UI which will run on top of Android Pie and will power the Samsung Galaxy S10.
We expect the Samsung Galaxy S10 to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2019, where the Korean giant will also most likely reveal the three variants of the phone. All that being said, we expect the phone to carry the features as mentioned earlier, even then since these are only speculations and leaks we also would recommend taking the predictions with a pinch of salt.