Published: Sat, October 27, 2018
Electronics | By Shannon Stone

Cleaner Samsung Experience 10 running on Galaxy S9+ leaks in screenshots

Cleaner Samsung Experience 10 running on Galaxy S9+ leaks in screenshots

Interestingly, there is no 10 GB RAM version of the Galaxy S10.

While the cheaper variant of the phone will be missing some of the bells and whistles of the more costly variants, those with deeper pockets can look forward to an in-screen fingerprint sensor and a new camera module that will apparently be hidden beneath the display while still remaining visible. There would reportedly be four Galaxy S10 variants, including a 5G model, namely Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10 X, and S10 X 5G.

The report also claims the company will be ready to include a fingerprint sensor under the display of the phone, and it will also be preparing to launch three versions of the phone for the first time.

Samsung has embedded a fingerprint sensor under the display of its S10, overcoming years-long challenges of mass-producing such a device, the people said.

With Samsung nearing to the launch of Galaxy S10, it seems unlikely that we will see the patent being implemented in the S10.

Samsung Galaxy J4 comes with a 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED display with 720 x 1280 pixels resolution.

"We're continually evolving our smartphone portfolio to provide our customers with new and exciting innovations and experiences. Please stay tuned", Samsung told Bloomberg in a statement.

According to Bloomberg's report, Samsung still isn't sure the foldable phone - codenamed "Winner", of all things - should fold horizontally or vertically.

The report details Samsung has two prototypes on the table - the better of which will finally make it to the shelves - one tall and other wide when unfolded. I know that Samsung's mobile boss already said they'd show it off at their developer conference next month, but Bloomberg isn't so sure they'll have a physical model on hand and may instead just show a detailed conceptual image of it. Ugh. The Galaxy S10 series of smartphones are going to arrive with Android 9 Pie OS onboard.

While the hinge has recently passed internal tests of folding more than 200,000 times - the threshold for durability - there are still questions about its so-called yield rate in mass-production, the person said.

'So when the end customer uses it, [they think] "wow, this is the reason Samsung made it"'.

As for the foldable or bendable Galaxy phone that we've been hearing about for so long, we may not see it until Q2 of next year.

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