But in March of this year, the new Samsung Galaxy S series debuted, bringing Infinity Displays (18.5: 9) to the luxury segment and gradually Samsung's midrange product also inherits this new design.
According to a new report by Korean publication suggests that Samsung is reportedly going to remove iris scanner feature from Galaxy S10. By skipping the Iris scanner, Samsung is showing a lot of confidence in their implementation of the new fingerprint scanning standard.
An in-display fingerprint feature will be added to the lager two S10 models, while the third model, the smaller one, is likely to have fingerprint sensor on the back.
There's always the chance that the Iris Scanner will be scrapped in favour of a more robust facial recognition system, like that used on the iPhone X or Huawei Mate 20 Pro, as was previously rumoured. This new gaming smartphone will be powerful as said by Samsung itself.
Earlier you all must have got many reports and updates about the Samsung Foldable phone. Even though the official announcement is still a way off, we already have a good idea what to expect in the S10. What this new UI will be called is not known at the moment; however, it has been tipped to us that the phone is now being tested with firmware version F900USQU0ARJ5 in the United States. Samsung is supposedly working directly with Google on Android tweaks to support the foldable display, which will need a bigger dose of custom software than what we usually see on Galaxy smartphones. Carl likes to socialize, so you will hear more from him, as he has been appointed to keep the Tech News Watch social media feeds up-to-date.