Galaxy S10 details in exposure: Full-view display, in screen fingerprint scanner, 5G capability and a cheaper variant


Galaxy S10 details in exposure: Full-view display, in screen fingerprint scanner, 5G capability and a cheaper variant
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 is a flagship that really deserves to a be trending topic on internet, and recently there are more details about the device appeared online that shows possible specs of the Galaxy S10. According to a report assembled by Bloomberg, The Galaxy S10 will be launched in three models. The standard variant will feature a curved OLED screen along with an in-display fingerprint sensor and a triple rear cameras set up. The device will bear a front camera tucked under the screen, making it a full view curved edge OLED display without featuring a notch. This could be a result of Samsung's new sensor technologies but not mentioned in the report.

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The source also included, that one of the three models of S10 will be packed with 5G chip and currently under consideration to launching with US mobile carrier 'Verizon'. There'll also be a cheap version of the device which will be launched to win the war against its Chinese rivals, who's selling the device on cheap prices. Moreover, one of the Galaxy S10 variants may not feature the headphone jack relying completely on Bluetooth and USB Type-C port. Throughout recent months, there is a series of Galaxy S10 rumors already made an appearance that is mentioned in this report but still, there's no official statement on the device. It'll be too early for us to draw any conclusions on the matter and there will be a lot more to come about the devices as we proceed towards its launch date.