Samsung Galaxy S10 may come with ultrasonic fingerprint reader

Saul Franklin
November 4, 2018

Then again, Samsung may have something else planned for the "V", and the Galaxy S10 may end up rocking an Infinity-V display next year. While this is far from an official confirmation, it still corroborates previous information we've heard.

According to AllAboutSamsung, the South Koran major might launch one of the variant of Samsung Galaxy S10 with a screen-to-body ratio of 93.4 percent and a big 4,000mAh battery.

Moreover, the Galaxy F will feature a unique and new version of Android UI developed in partnership with Google. This idea seems a little bit insane, considering the fact that Sony is this market's dominator. The only other image sensor manufacturer who has made such an achievement is Sony with its 48 megapixel IMX586, which has yet to be found on any smartphone. The 32MP GD1 will also come with real-time HDR. LG is speculated to join the likes of Samsung, Xiaomi, Microsoft and Huawei which are already working on foldable smartphone devices of their own.

Smaller pixels sizes can have an increased performance thanks to the Isocell Plus technology.

Newer technologies are being introduced every day and the older ones vanish in no time.

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Ramesh Abhishek, Secretary, DIPP, said, "India is now ranked first among South Asian countries compared to 6th rank in 2014". New Zealand topped the list of 190 countries in ease of doing business , followed by Singapore , Denmark, and Hong Kong.

If you like to take a lot of screenshots with your mobile, the S10 is certainly worthy of your attention.

In addition to the aforementioned Tetracell tech, the ISOCELL Bright GM1 and Bright GD1 also feature support for Gyro-based electronic image stabilization, but the real-time HDR feature is only present in the GD1.

Samsung has always tried to deliver phones that are a piece of innovation. Currently, the most expensive mid-range Galaxy smartphone on sale in India is the Galaxy A8 Star, which was launched in the country in August this year at INR 34,990. This might not be the best idea, because many fans love to connect their headphones through a jack and not by wireless means. Having two screens on its upcoming foldable would obviously allow for more unique features, but would also give Samsung an advantage over single-display designs that don't offer the same amount of screen real estate.

Of course, we will still have to wait for some kind of confirmation from Samsung, as for now all we have are just the rumors.

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