Published: Sun, November 04, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Wayne Curry

More Samsung Galaxy S10 fingerprint scanner details emerge

More Samsung Galaxy S10 fingerprint scanner details emerge

Yes, the S10 cancels the iris sensor and the ultrasonic fingerprint is enough to replace it. Last week alone we read three reports about new design solutions that Samsung will try to introduce on their next devices belonging to the S-line. A feat that, if achieved, would bring the Samsung smartphone to another level... and finally, the jack would be absent and the Galaxy S10 the more expensive would have a bigger screen.

Many reports over the past few months indicated that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S10 without an iris scanner.

On the other hand, Samsung and Huawei have confirmed folding smartphone screen plans; but nothing has stated about when they will launch their products in the market.

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The ultra-modern camera sensor is not the only innovative element within the expected Samsung Galaxy S10. Earlier leaks have suggested that the smartphone Samsung Galaxy S10+ could be one of the world's first handset to come with 12GB RAM. Following the recent trend of multiple cameras, in-display fingerprint scanners, and display notches in 2018, several smartphone makers are now said to be working on foldable devices that will see the light of the day in 2019. The same Bloomberg report said the Galaxy S10 would have a screen with even smaller bezels.

The Galaxy S10 will be the 2019 flagship phone from Samsung. That's because a foldable phone would form a "V" when folded and unfolded. The cheaper model is expected to use the same kind of optical sensors we've seen on phones such as the OnePlus 6T, while the higher-end models should use an ultrasound sensor from Qualcomm. This thing was already planned for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 but seeing it for Samsung Galaxy S10 also will result in controversy. Adding electronic image stabilization could also be one of Samsung's first steps towards implementing computational photography similar to Google's software magic.

Of course, we will still have to wait for some kind of confirmation from Samsung, as for now all we have are just the rumors.

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