2019 is when Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones are going to be launched, and leaks and rumors do not stop coming.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 did not have a different design from its predecessor, but it came with a dual-aperture primary camera, a relocated fingerprint sensor and some other improved features. Contrary to that, the next flagship will not mimic the design of Galaxy S9 and will have some new specs. This phone also comes in three variants.
Besides the standard and plus model of the Samsung Galaxy S10 range, it will also come in an entry-level variant which will not have all his siblings’ extraordinary features,
Samsung Galaxy S10 will come with a bigger and stronger battery than ever before which will make it need a larger display.
With no difference regarding the back of the phone where the camera modules will be placed, Samsung Galaxy S10’s front looks like it is all made out of the screen. It is almost like that.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 might not have its fingerprint sensor on the back because the South Korean company will drop those fingerprint sensors from their latest tablet device.
Samsung Galaxy S10 FOD
The users of the two higher-end large-screened Galaxy S10s might benefit from an in-screen ultrasonic fingerprint sensor of FOD (Fingerprint-On-Display) contrary to the budget model of the series has a sensor placed on the side of the device.
Similar to the FaceID in Apple’s iPhone X, Samsung might drop the iris scanner in favor of facial recognition for the next Samsung Galaxy S10.
The camera design of Samsung Galaxy S10 will majorly be improved while the Plus variant of the series will feature a number of five such cameras which consist of a triple-camera system on the rear and dual front-facing camera set-up.
Depending on the Galaxy S10 smartphone you buy, the number of cameras will differ, but at least they are well better improved than the current Samsung Galaxy S9’s and ever S smartphone ever.
At the moment it is not crystal clear how the display design of the Samsung Galaxy S10 will look, but at least there is a speculation which suggests that the South Korean company will not implement a mechanical solution for its front-facing camera even though they will be removing the bezels.
The launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 from 9th of August will be followed by the release of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series from early 2019.