Posted to Twitter by Evan Blass, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is pictured in a shiny "Polaris Blue" that's metallic-looking but somewhat darker than the now available coral blue. Various Android vendors including Huawei and OnePlus have already introduced in-display fingerprint sensors this year, but these are optical sensors that require a line of sight through the display, to the finger that touches the screen.
The device is expected to arrive by January next year. The Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and Galaxy Note 9 are all practically identical to their predecessors. We know so much about Samsung's new flagship phones, and everything we've heard so far has been great news. Also, the device is rumoured to be launched with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage which will be expandable up to 512GB through a microSD card. We're expecting a attractive new look that pushes Samsung's curved Infinity Display design identity to the next level.
The Huawei Nova 4 and Galaxy A8s are both expected to bring us Infinity-O screens this December, recent reports said.
The leak was spotted on Twitter and it shows a Glass Protector that many believe belongs to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone. This way instead of slicing a big notch out of the top of the screen like Apple and so many other companies have done, there's only a tiny little spot removed for the camera (or cameras, on the Galaxy S10+).
Follow the below link for more details. At first, the screenshot looks not-so suspecting, however, if you take a glance at it, you'll see that the icons on the right side of the status bar are placed just along the right-side while there is a margin or buffer of few inches on the left side of the screen.
Many leaks were out about the new S10 model and it was found that the variant which was leaked it is supported as a dual-sim model (dual-sim support), also this leak was first found in Russian Federation.