Samsung is currently holding the title of being the biggest smartphone company in the world with its latest Galaxy S9 flagship device ruling the industry. Even though Galaxy S9 is the bestselling Android smartphone available on the market, Samsung is already looking towards the future and adding the finishing touches to Galaxy S10. Therefore, today we are going to check out everything there is to know about Galaxy S10 and get an idea of what to expect.
Major Design Change
The recently launched Galaxy S9 is a premium smartphone that features an Infinity display. While the full-screen display might give Galaxy S9 a cool look, Samsung fans are quite upset with the company because it lacks any design innovations. Therefore, we should expect Samsung to at least shave off some millimeters from the side bezels and maybe even remove the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
If there’s something everyone knows about Samsung, it must be the fact that Samsung is always looking to innovate the displays its smartphones offer. Take for example Galaxy S8 which introduced the sleek looking Infinity display.
Nonetheless, rumor has it that Samsung Galaxy S10 will feature a super-sharp display that features a considerable pixel density of 600 ppi (pixels per inch). While this might not seem like such a massive upgrade at first, it’s worth mentioning that it’s a big step up from Galaxy S9’s 570ppi.
Another ongoing rumor about Galaxy S10 is saying that the upcoming flagship smartphone will ship with a large 5.8-inch Infinity screen. Things get even better than this since the new display is supposed to feature a pixel resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 which puts Galaxy S10 close to 4K quality graphics.
3D Camera Technology
Lastly, Galaxy S10 is expected to feature improved 3D sensing camera technology. This technology will be used to enhance user security by allowing Galaxy S10 owners to unlock their smartphones similarly to how Apple’s iPhone X uses FaceID.
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