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Its been only a couple of months since the launch of Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, but rumous about the Galaxy S10 have already started surfacing on the web. Reports coming from South Korea suggests that the design of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 is finalized, which has been in the making since the last ten years.
Samsung is going to launch this flagship as its 10th-anniversary model. If you are looking out for some grand anniversary overhaul, then you might be a little disappointed. According to the reports, the Galaxy S10 and S10+ will come with 5.8-inch and 6.3-inch display size, which is slightly larger than the predecessor S9 and S9+.
The report claims that the phone will be slightly larger by 0.03-inch and 0.08-inch respectively. However, the report didn't disclose any information about the length of the upcoming smartphone.
Since the Galaxy S10 will be the 10th-anniversary model, Its is expected to feature a completely new design. The forthcoming smartphone will remove the biometric scanner from the rear panel and implement it under the screen. There are smartphones already on the market with an in-display fingerprint scanner.
Samsung is reportedly working on ironing out the in-display biometric kinks with Qualcomm and Synaptics in the US, and also with Aegis Tech in Taiwan as the supplier.
Samsung has also added some exclusive new development with the Galaxy S10, which will make it stand alone as an anniversary member of the Galaxy S portfolio. The smartphone is expected to sport a 3D-sensing camera kit, which is developed in partnership with Israelis from Mantis Vision, and assisted by the local component maker Woodgate.
So far, the Apple iPhone X's True Depth camera was top in terms of best mobile camera technology. Let's see how Samsung S10's 3D-sensing camera kit will try to take on it.
Right now we have only this information on Samsung's upcoming 10th-anniversary smartphone. The report hasn't disclosed anything about the hardware specifications. So we have to wait for some more report to get into the specs part.