Samsung Galaxy S 10 is certainly considered to be a game-changer device for its features and specifications, and now we hear, Samsung is working on delivering much faster Android updates to its devices. There’s at least 6-7 months for the launch, yet the upcoming Galaxy S10 is flooded with the rumors.
Samsung is set for launching three lineup of new smartphones including Phablet-sized S10 Plus, the standard S10 and a S10 Mini. Coming to the design, though there aren’t any leaked factory images of screens, covers, or any other hardware snaps, we have known that Galaxy S10 won’t feature the same minor changes as we saw on the S8 to S9 iteration, but Samsung is making much more significant changes, and the display is going to arrive with smaller bezels, creating an almost completely filled front display.
Rumors have it that Samsung Galaxy S10 might sport an ultrasonic fingerprint sensors embedded in the display, that will let users to unlock their devices, authenticate payments, and open secure apps directly from the locked screen.
Samsung will also be launching the company’s own Exynos 7nm chipset in the S10 when it launches to outright the expectations. Samsung Galaxy S10 might feature three sensors on the S10. The triple camera will be available on both the S10 and S10 Plus devices. The device will pack two 12MP sensors, featuring wide-angle and telephoto sensors, with the third being a 16MP ultra-wide-angle sensor.