The next sensation from Samsung is said to hold spectacular advancements altogether. The South Korean company has always been rumoured to integrate an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor into its upcoming Galaxy S10 device.
According to Forbes, the company has always been on a silent battle with its closest rival Apple. The attribute utilizes facial recognition technology for unlocking objective of the smartphone. More accurately, it could result in telling us the design of the Galaxy S10, and if we know the Korean tech behemoth, it will need a few engineering tricks up its sleeve to really up the design score of its 2019 flagship lineup.
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Albeit a bummer for some, it's nearly confirmed that Samsung has even ditched it's marquee, Iris Scanner for the sake of minimising top bezels and making the way for Ultrasonic Fingerprint sensors. The Galaxy S10 could continue its notch-less trend by featuring an in-display selfie camera. The latter is slated to launch in India in November and now, some reports give us an idea about the Indian pricing of the smartphone.
Xda-developers also mentions that rumor has the Samsung Galaxy S10's front-facing camera under the screen as well, to maximize the display area. An exclusive twilight coloured edition of the same is mostly thought to be unveiled. But if you think Samsung might try to bring white phones back into the mainstream, well, this might be our first look at it. The older model will have a screen diagonal of 6.4 inches.
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What objective would an in-display selfie camera serve in the Galaxy S10?
Industry officials are reporting that Samsung is working on a dual core NPU an AI-specific co-processor for the upcoming 7nm chipsets. The price range is believed to be a bit higher than those of the existing Galaxy S9.
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