A new version of the Galaxy S series is usually unveiled in the first few months of the year. A separate report also claims that two variants will have fingerprint sensors embedded under the display, while the third will have a side-mounted one. Apple released three iPhones previous year, and will most likely do the same with its next batch. In addition, it also comes with a bigger price tag: about $15 per sensor, compared to the $2 price for a regular one. It looks like the 5.8-inch Galaxy S10 will be giving it a miss, understandable since the component will probably drive up costs astronomically. This new and exciting feature is however exclusive only to the Plus variant. Also, people can witness S10 to be equipped with triple cameras following the lead of Huawei.More news: Ken Giles has choice words for A.J. Hinch
The patent reveals a system very sharp used by facial recognition of a Galaxy S10 - who would be entitled to more improvement than expected. There will be twin 12 megapixel sensors, one telephoto and one wide-angle, supplemented by a 16 megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera.More news: Novak Djokovic reacts to Wimbledon relegating Roger Federer 1 before shock exit
The analyst expects Samsung to ship 31 million units of the Galaxy S9 smartphone, compared with about 50 million units of the Galaxy S7 in 2016, according to the Journal report. There will be a direct competition between Samsung Galaxy S10 and Apple's 2018 iPhone X. If there is any truth in the rumours, Samsung Galaxy S10's processors will be much faster than those of iPhone X series. This feature was earlier available on S Planner and is now added to Samsung Calendar as well.More news: Adam Jones Attacked in Atlanta Airport
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