Published: Thu, November 15, 2018
Tech | By Tabitha Holland

Galaxy S10 Will Involve A Major Shift In Samsung’s Supplier Framework

Galaxy S10 Will Involve A Major Shift In Samsung’s Supplier Framework

According to a recent patent filed by the company, Samsung looking into technology that allows phone owners to place their fingertip anywhere on the screen to verify their identity. From the launch event, Samsung seems to have presented a thicker hinge with the phone, though its design details remain unknown. The latter is a redesigned mobile OS that introduces a new design language for Samsung handsets. The photos taken by the current camera are very blurred. However, Evan Blass has a solid track record with unreleased Samsung hardware, so we wouldn't be surprised if this was all eerily accurate.

The first tidbit says that the Galaxy S10 might get a "punch hole"-style selfie cam".

The last rumor is that the Galaxy S10 will run One UI.

Samsung's foldable device, which will possibly be launched as part of the new Galaxy F lineup, will be limited in availability. That means you will be able to find a 12MP sensor with a variable f/1.5 - f/2.4 aperture lens and a 12MP camera with 2X optical telephoto lens. All three devices are believed to be planned for a global release, with variants intended for the United States, Canada, Mexico, and China likely being powered by the Snapdragon 8150, Qualcomm's successor to the Snapdragon 845. In both cases, we are talking about the 128 GB models that come bundled with a wireless charger.

The flagship will also feature an in-display fingerprint scanner which will use an ultrasonic sensor that is said to be faster than the conventional fingerprint sensors.

As we can see, the Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks are different, depending on who publishes them.

Besides the three worldwide models, Samsung is said to be preparing a fourth lineup member that's essentially a special edition of the Galaxy S10 Plus.

The foldable phone is expected to be available in March, alongside the 5G variant of Galaxy S10. Alternately, one can spot the device's "cover display" if the phone is folded clockwise, by shutting both sides against one another.

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