Although the Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphones have only just launched, the chatter has already started regarding Samsung’s next Galaxy smartphone. We told you in our previous report that the company has codenamed the next Galaxy S smartphones as ‘Beyond‘.
In our recent report, we covered – Samsung has changed its plan to feature its much-anticipated FOD (Fingerprint On Display) technology in its upcoming flagship Galaxy Note 9, which will be launched this year.
The company is now planning to plant the new feature in its 10th-anniversary device Galaxy S10 which is speculated to launch in the start of 2019.
Now, the new rumor about the Galaxy S10 is here, according to a tweet by Ice Universe, the upcoming Galaxy S10 will feature a display with a pixel density of 600PPI. In comparison, the Galaxy S9 features a display density of 570PPI.
If Samsung maintains the same screen size for the Galaxy S10 smartphones as it did with its Galaxy S9, then the upcoming smartphones will surely have a higher resolution. Ice Universe didn’t specify what materials are going to be used for the Galaxy S10 smartphones display.
Rumored that the screen resolution of the Galaxy S10 will exceed 600PPI
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 14, 2018
- Report: Samsung finalized the design of the Galaxy S10 lineup, Infinity Display, on-display scanner and 3D camera
- Report: Samsung is planning to launch the Galaxy S10 in January 2019
- Report: Samsung Galaxy S10 codenamed ‘Beyond’, will feature ‘on-screen fingerprint reader’