Although it is a little too early to believe on the rumors about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 specifications, a new report coming from South Korea suggests that we may get to see advanced face recognition technology, in-depth fingerprint sensor and an option of two screen sizes when the device arrives somewhere in 2019.
Not only does the report say that the iris scanning tech which is prevalent in the current Samsung smartphones will be ditched but instead, the company will incorporate fingerprints as well as a 3D face unlock technology in the upcoming handset, similar to the one that we have seen in the Apple iPhone X.
Though we are a few months away from the big reveal of the Samsung Galaxy S10, it looks like this latest report is just a stepping stone for now. Most of us know how the company has been working vigorously to upgrade its biometric technology since some time and if it does not include the sensors well in time, then it may have to adopt the conventional approach used now to unlock the phone.
As per the report, the Galaxy S10 will most likely sport a 5.8-inch display while the Galaxy S10 Plus will sport a 6.3-inch display. The recent Galaxy S9 sports a 5.8-inch display while the Galaxy S9 Plus features a 6.2-inch display. So it sure looks like an upgrade in the S10 Plus variant.
Even though it is quite early to talk about the device, there are a few leaks on the internet already. One of the leaks suggests that the company will include triple lens camera in the rear side of one of the new phones, similar to the latest Huawei variant.
In the meantime, we await official news about the Galaxy Note 9, which will most likely be released by Samsung in the coming months.