Galaxy S10 supposedly seen in the wild with just-there bezels, camera on the screen


The GALAXY S10 it still seems to be Samsung's most exciting smartphone with 5G support, a fingerprint scanner on display and a ridiculous four-camera setup.

And some rumors speculate that there may be up to four models of the Galaxy S10, including an ultra-premium variant & # 39; and a & # 39; budget version & # 39; with reduced price.

We've put together everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy S10 entry line so far, and we'll update this article as we hear more.

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Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 ahead of MWC next year at an independent event on February 20. The phone will be available for pre-order as of that date and will be released on March 8.

According to a report in Gizmodo, The so called & # 39; budget & # 39; Galaxy S10 will offer 12GB storage and retail for £ 699, the regular S10 will offer storage of 128GB or 512GB for £ 799 and £ 999, respectively, and the S10 Plus will offer variants of 128GB, 512GB and 1TB costs £ 899, £ 1,099 and one eye of £ 1,399.

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December 19, 18:
The Galaxy S10 may have suffered its first leak, after allegedly being spotted on a South Korean subway. The device was spotted by Twitter user inss0317 and first reported by WCCFtech, which states that the leaked image (below) shows the S10 with its top and bottom frames and its on-screen camera located in the upper right corner.

12/17/18: UK retailer MobileFun prematurely unveiled its Galaxy S10 line of accessories, raising rumors that the flagship could offer a three-lens camera configuration. The cases (below), made by Olixar, shows that the S10 will look a bit similar to Brother Note 9, with its bulky dimensions and array of horizontal cameras. However, they also seem to show an additional camera lens, adding credibility to recent leaks that pointed to standard / wide / tele camera setup for the Galaxy S10.

12/14/18: The latest version of Android Beta beta has raised rumors that the Galaxy S10 will have an "ultra-wide" camera. As reported by SamMobile, the beta includes a switch in camera settings that allows ultra-high-definition images to be saved without distortion. However, the report notes that this lens correction feature may only be for the A7 (2018) and A9 (2018), and Samsung has not yet commented.

12/12/18: Gizmodo, citing a source at a "major technology retailer," unveiled plans to launch the Samsung Galaxy S10.

Three models – the regular model S10, Plus and a cheaper "flat" model – will be released ahead of Mobile World Congress next year at an Unpacked event on February 20, according to the report. The phone will be available for pre-order as of that date and will be released on March 8.

Gizmodo also has the skinny knows how much the device costs; the so-called & # 39; budget & # 39; will offer 12GB storage and retail for £ 699, the regular S10 will offer storage of 128GB or 512GB for £ 799 and £ 999, respectively, and the S10 Plus will offer variants of 128GB, 512GB and 1TB £ 899, £ 1,099 and an eye of 1,399 .

There is not much information on the 5G variant, but Gizmodo notes that 5G services will not be available on the S10 at launch, with its source claiming that they will not reach "Late Q2 at Least."

10/12/18: An alleged prototype of the Galaxy S10 Plus appeared offline, suggesting it could take a corner. posted by SlashLeaks (below), the image suggests that instead of a 20-esque Honor View clipping, the flagship could adopt a sturdy slot in the upper right corner to house what appears to be a dual-camera setup.

Evleaks does not agree, however, as he posted footage over the weekend portraying three Galaxy S10 models with puncture cutouts & # 39; centrally placed.

12/5/18: A mega-leak courtesy of 91Mobiles and OnLeaks gave us a full summary of the Galaxy S10 Plus. The cascaded renderers on the stand show the Samsung's almost unlabelled display, the quadruple camera configuration and the Samsung front-facing cutout, which looks set to house two front-facing cameras to facilitate the company's enhanced face recognition technology.

91Mobiles also confirms that the S10 Plus will pack a 6.4-inch dual-edge AMOLED display, an on-screen ultrasonic fingerprint scanner similar to that seen on the OnePlus 6T, and a 3.5mm headphone jack next to its USB-C port. The device will measure at 157.5 x 75.0 x 7.8mm, according to the leak, but will be in mass to 9mm, thanks to its configuration of the outgoing rear camera.

Day 12/3/18:
At least one variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10 could pack 12GB of RAM.

This is according to a report from Hong Kong GF Securities, Which states that Samsung's flagship will be the first to have 12GB of RAM; more than the 10GB of RAM that will be placed inside the OnePlus 6T McLaren edition.

The same report states that Samsung will increase internal storage to 1TB; the kind of specification you'll usually find on a high-quality laptop.

GF Securities does not tell us much more than we still do not know, but notes that the Galaxy S10 will be available in the white, black, yellow and green versions, some of which will be Huawei-like gradients.

11/30/18: The Galaxy S10 + was discovered at AnTuTu, packing Samsung's newly announced Exynos 9820 processor.

Introduced earlier this month, Samsung's next-generation Exynos SoC is the first to come with an on-board neural processing (NPU) engine, which means that AI-centric tasks can be performed on the chip itself. The company also boasted that the processor will offer a 20 percent increase in single core performance compared to its predecessor and a 40 percent improvement in power efficiency.

At the time, Samsung did not say when we were seeing its Exyos 9820 in the wild, but a new reference result from AnTuTu suggests that it will be debuting inside the Galaxy S10.

The benchmark, shared by Ice Universe (below), is supposedly for the Exynos-powered version of the Galaxy S10 + equipped with 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage. The device scored a respectable 325.076 on the benchmarking platform, surpassing the Huawei P20 Pro score of 273,295, but not matching the iPhone XS, which leads the AnTuTu ranking with a score of 352,405.

The Galaxy S10 + will probably also be released with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 chip in some markets, and that variant could topple Apple's flagship. A device running the next-generation SoC flagship was located on AnTuTu with a score of 362,292.

11/23/18: The Galaxy S10 could completely eliminate the panels and would not adopt a slot in the style of the iPhone, if one believes in a leaky screen saver.

The screen saver leaked into a video shared by Ice Universe (below), and if it is legitimate, shows that the frames of Samsung's Galaxy S10 will be almost nonexistent.

It will not adopt a screen clipping like most of the new Android flags, and despite recent rumors that the S10 would be among the first to feature a selfie camera & punch hole & # 39; – Adopting Infinity O & # 39; from Samsung – there is no sign of the camera hole in this last leak.

11/21/18: Samsung is preparing a variant of the Galaxy S10 with 5G support and six cameras, according to Wall Street Journal.

The newspaper, citing "people familiar with the subject," reports that Samsung plans to release four variants of the Galaxy S10, including a 6.7-inch model – codenamed Beyond X – that will support 5G and pack six cameras; two in the front and four in the back.

Adding weight to the rumors of an MWC unveiling, the WSJ notes that Samsung will unveil this model in mid-February but notes that its launch will depend on the availability of 5G networks. It is not clear if the model will reach Blighty, however; The report notes that Samsung is negotiating with AT & T, T-Mobile and South Korea's networks.

The other three models of the Galaxy S10 will not be so ridiculously like the WSJ reports that they will offer screens between 5 and 5 inches and will offer between three and five cameras. However, devices can add a reverse wireless charging feature that would allow devices to wirelessly process other devices, similar to Huawei 20 Pro Partner.

The WSJ also has some information on the smartphone & # 39; Galaxy F & # 39; Samsung's foldable, which can be launched as the Galaxy Flex ™.

11/13/18: The entrance The Samsung Galaxy S10 will feature a selfie camera and a fingerprint scanner embedded in your monitor.

At least that is in agreement with the notorious informant Evan Blass, who tweeted on Tuesday (below) that the Galaxy S10 will be the first to have a selfie camera & punch hole & # 39; – Adopting Infinity O & # 39; from Samsung.

Instead of the controversial notch, this display will include a small hole in the upper left corner that houses the front camera.

If Blass's latest forecasts are about money, the Galaxy S10 will also be Samsung's first flagship to present a fingerprint scanner on display. This will be an ultrasonic sensor, as found in OnePlus 6T and Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

Elsewhere, the tweet adds weight to previous rumors that the S10 will feature a triple camera setup at the rear and the new user interface & # 39; One & # 39; of Samsung served at the top of Android Pie.

Samsung's Galaxy S10 line, which is expected to include standard models, size and budgets, is expected to make its MWC debut next year with a 5G model to follow in March.

10/27/18: Samsung will launch three Galaxy S10 models next year, according to a report in the Bloomberg.

Supporting the earlier predictions of analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, BloombergSources say the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus will pack OLED curved screen with "almost no panel" and a built-in fingerprint sensor. There will not be a notch, says the report, with the front camera visible and folded under the screen.

On the back, the S10 models will pack a rival triple camera configuration from Huawei, and at the bottom, there will be a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Samsung is also planning a "cheaper" variant of the S10, according to BloombergThe fonts, which do not have the & quot; edge & # 39; curved phone that has been a trademark of Samsung phones since the Galaxy Note Edge in 2014. However, it may come with a fingerprint sensor on the screen "depending on costs", the fonts add.

In addition, the report states that the Galaxy S10 will be the first smartphone with capacity for 5G from Samsung. The company is in talks with Verizon to launch a 5G version of the Galaxy S10 for the US, although it is unclear if the model will be offered here at Blighty.

O Bloomberg The report also unveils Samsung's long-awaited foldable smartphone, codename Winner. Despite speculation that the device could be launched at Samsung's Developer Conference next month, the company is still deciding whether the device will be folded vertically or horizontally.

The device, inclined to arrive as the Galaxy X, will not present a fingerprint scanner on the screen due to "technical difficulties", but will offer users an extra 4-inch display that can be used when the phone is closed.

"We are continually evolving our portfolio of smartphones to provide our customers with new and exciting innovations and experiences. At the moment, we have nothing to share about future devices," he said. , stay tuned ".

10/12/18: The Galaxy S10 could be Samsung's latest flagship to keep the 3.5mm headset.

So say ET News, which reports that while the Galaxy S10 will probably hold the door, Samsung is planning to remove the headset in the Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy S11. Instead, the company will feature a combination of the USC Type-C port on the phone and a headset dongle, according to the report.

ET News does not say why Samsung would want to get rid of the headset, but speculates that like other manufacturers, the company simply wants to save space for other parties.

10/3/18: A new report detailed the configuration of the triple camera that Samsung will push into the Galaxy S10.

According to the report, SamMobile, the Galaxy S10 will feature the same 12MP f1.5 / 2.4 variable aperture lens as the Galaxy S10 alongside a 16MP f / 1.9 super wide-angle lens with a 123-degree field of view and a 13MP f2.4 sensor.

The report notes that the wide-angle lens does not exhibit optical image stabilization and autofocus.

This triple camera configuration seems destined for the higher-spec Galaxy S10 model, according to SamMobile. An "affordable" model will feature a single camera lens, while the Galaxy S10 standard will have a dual camera configuration.

8/18/18: A slide from Samsung has hinted that it will launch four different versions of the Galaxy S10.

According to XML files hidden within the company's Android 9.0 update, XDA-Developers, the four devices are codenamed "0" in addition to "1", "2" and " and & quot; beyond 25g & quot ;.

This adds weight to recent rumors that Samsung is planning to launch a 5G variant of the S10. According to online whispers, this model will pack almost identical specifications to the Galaxy S10 Plus (or & # 39; in addition to 2 "), but will feature additional sensors to facilitate 5G communications.

While the leak does not tell us much about the devices, XDA notes that all four devices are likely to be shipped with next-generation silicon from Samsung or Qualcomm (the Exynos 9820 or Snapdragon 8150), while the 5G model will probably pack it with Qualcomm. Snapdragon X50 or Samsung's own Exynos 5100 modem.

17/9/18: The Galaxy S10 could have a screen format of 19: 9, according to leaked benchmarks.

The HTML5test benchmarking tool published the results of a SM-G405F running Android 9.0 Foot. Although it is not confirmed that this model number related to the Galaxy S10, SamMobile reports that the benchmark lists a resolution of 412 x 869 pixels, larger than the 412 x 846 pixel resolution listed for the Galaxy S9, suggesting that the mysterious device will join the Samsung S-Series line.

Although the listing does not tell us much more, these numbers suggest that the Galaxy S10 could have a higher 19: 9 screen, as opposed to the ratio of 18: 5.9 in Galaxy S9. This is backed by recent rumors that the standard bearer will feature notoriously reduced bezel compared to its predecessor.

These leaked benchmarks come shortly after DJ Koh, CEO of Samsung's mobile business, confirming that the changes in the design of the Galaxy S10 will be "very significant."

Speaking to Chinese media, Koh suggested that the company's 10th anniversary smartphone will be more than an incremental upgrade – as the S9 went to the S8 – adding that the S10 would be offered in "amazing" new colors.

10/9/18: The Galaxy S10 is supposed to be Samsung's "most expensive" smartphone, thanks to its 5G technology.

So, says Korean website The bell, which reports that Samsung will release a 5G version of the Galaxy S10 that could make the iPhone XS look cheap. The report notes that the model, which will have the same specifications as the S10 Plus, will require "four to five more antennas" than the current 4G handsets, before concluding that "the price of the series may be the most expensive."

In addition to its added 5G modules and high-end price tag, The bell reports that the S10 will feature a 6.44-inch display and will – along with the S10 Plus – be the first upcoming S-series smartphone equipped with a dual camera at the front and a triple camera at the rear.

The S10 line, slated to be unveiled at CES next year, can be launched "before and after March 5, when domestic mobile operators start the 5G service," the report notes.

28/8/18: Samsung will equip all three models of the Galaxy S10 with an on-screen fingerprint sensor, according to a report from The investor.

While previous reports have suggested that the "entry-level" S10 model would leave out the scanner, it is now being reported that all three models will present the technology on the screen.

According The investor, the two high-end models will have a fingerprint sensor based on ultrasonic display, while the entry-level model will have an optical fingerprint sensor.

"The two top-of-the-line models of the Galaxy S will come equipped with an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner on the screen, while the other will house a fingerprint sensor beneath the screen," said an industry employee at the site's display.

The ultrasonic sensor, which will likely be provided by Qualcomm, will create a 3D-mapped fingerprint to digitize a user's digits, making it more accurate than traditional scanners. It is not affected by fat, sweat or light, according to the report.

The optical sensor, which will be "three times cheaper" than the ultrasonic alternative, works like a digital camera, capturing a two-dimensional image of a fingerprint. It is not as accurate as the scanner that will be launched on the two top-of-the-line models of the S10, and you will have difficulty digitizing your fingers if they are dirty, too humid or too dry, or if external lights get in the way.

25/7/18: Samsung is designing its own GPU that will have a "totally new design" and could make its debut in the Galaxy S10.

The news, first broken by Speak chart and later corroborated by the trusted Ice Universe Lecturer (below), says Samsung is developing an internal GPU that offers "performance / watt leader" in simulations.

The GPU will display a whole new architecture that could make it work on all smartphones for supercomputers, according to an informed analyst on the work.

"This is really a big deal – it's the first new GPU design in 10 years," said Jon Peddie, director of Jon Peddie Research.

The Samsung GPU can "equate Apple," added Peddie. "This design is so good that they could deploy it on all platforms – it's a function of their ambition. If I had it, I'd be in everything, including cockpits and supercomputers."

The GPU, developed by Samsung rookie Dr. Chien-Ping Lu, a veteran chart maker who has worked for Nvidia and MediaTek, is expected to appear for the first time on a Samsung Exynos processor – a sign it may emerge on the tenth anniversary of the company . S10

The company has not yet decided whether to license the technology, according to the report.

7/20/18: The Samsung Galaxy S10 will have significantly smaller frames than its predecessor S9, according to the latest rumors.

While the Galaxy S9 was practically a carbon copy of the Galaxy S8 before it, despite rumors that it would have a significantly smaller size, it seems that Samsung is saving those great upgrades for its 10th anniversary of the Galaxy S.

According to Twitter Ice Universe tip expert, the Galaxy S10's screen-to-body ratio will be "greatly improved" compared to the S9. There is no word on details, but it is likely that Samsung will eliminate the bottom panel of the device to achieve a screen-to-body ratio of about 90%.

Currently, the Galaxy S9 has a close to 84% close relationship.

In a follow-up tweet, Ice Universe also suggests that the S10 will offer improvements in the battery department, saying, "If you use more sophisticated SLP packaging technology, then the battery is definitely bigger than the S9, and the president of Samsung said he is working hard to solve the problem of loading speed. "

7/18/17: Qualcomm has unveiled an initial prototype of its ultrasonic fingerprint scanner to be released on the Galaxy S10.

According to Twitter Ice Universe tip expert, Samsung will be among the first to work with Qualcomm's fingerprint scanning technology. He quotes Samsung CEO Dj Koh as saying that S10 will not adopt an optical digital printing solution because "optical digital printing can cause a poor user experience."

Qualcomm's ultrasonic technology tested CNET"uses sound waves to generate a map of your fingerprint, with the pressure wave coming out of the contours of your skin."

The technology, which could mean the end of the physical home button, also offers a number of advantages over optical scanners, the report notes. It can scan a finger if it is damp, has a delay time of only 250 milliseconds, has a one percent rejection rate and is measured at only 0.15 mm, so it will not result in bulky smartphones.

Qualcomm has confirmed that the technology will begin to appear on smartphones next spring.

7/17/18: Apple guru Ming-Chi Kuo has turned his attention to Samsung and is predicting that the Galaxy S10 will come in three sizes.

In a report seen by Business Insider, Kuo says he expects the Galaxy S10 to be available on the 5.8in, 6.1in and 6.4in models – almost identical to the sizes that Kuo expects Apple's 2018 iPhones to come in.

Adding weight to the recent rumors, Kuo hopes the two larger S10 models will include fingerprint sensors on the display, and the smaller model will include a fingerprint sensor on the side.

Kuo adds that Samsung will "aggressively" promote fingerprint scanning on the screen – probably because it is a feature that Apple does not plan to include on its iPhones.

Kuo predicts that Samsung could launch 40 million Galaxy S10 handsets next year, especially the two largest models – arguably the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. Samsung will also be able to sell between 14 and 16 million Galaxy Note 10 phones next year, according to the report.

10/7/18: The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will come equipped with five (five!) cameras, The bell reports.

Samsung is planning three models of the Galaxy S10 for 2019, with rumors earlier stating that the Galaxy S10 Plus of higher specification will include a rear-facing camera configuration of three lenses with rival P20, much like Apple's iPhone X Plus.

Korean Site Bell is now reporting that the successor to the S9 Plus will also feature a dual-camera configuration in front of it, likely to enable face-scanning technology similar to Apple's Face ID. Previous rumors have said Samsung's iridescence scanner, easily fooled, will be replaced by a 3D sensor camera on next year's S10 line-up.

The report also has some more information on the supposed configuration of three lenses of the S10 Plus, which supposedly includes a wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens and a new ultra-wide angle lens of 16MP and 120 degrees.

However, the standard Galaxy S10 (code-named Beyond 1 & # 39;) and entry-level (& # 39; Beyond 0 & # 39;) models should not offer such high-end camera credentials. The S10 will offer the same three-camera configuration at the back, but only one at the front, according to the report, while & # 39; Beyond 0 & # 39; will come with two standard cameras – one in front and one in the back.

9/7/18: Samsung is planning an affordable version, Galaxy S10 that will not have a fingerprint scanner on display, according to The bell.

Adding weight to previous rumors (below), the Korean site reports that Samsung is developing three variants of the Galaxy S10, codenamed Beyond 0 & # 39 ;, Beyond 1 & # 39; and & # 39; Beyond 2 & # 39;

The bell Beyond 0 will be the first "entry level" device on Samsung's S line.

This model will not have a fingerprint scanner on display, according to the report, and will have a side-mounted sensor similar to that seen on Moto Z3 Play and earlier Sony devices. If legit, this will be the first time that Samsung adopts this positioning for a fingerprint sensor, with The bell noting that it is likely to be located on the right edge of the user's thumb.

The decision to exclude a fingerprint sensor on display in the Beyond 0 variant was made, unsurprisingly, to cut costs.

The S10 Fingerprint on Display (FOD) technology, set to be supplied by chipmaker Qualcomm, costs $ 15 per module, according to the report – seven times more expensive than the $ 2 module currently found at Samsung phones.

6/26/18: Samsung may be planning to launch three new Galaxy S10 devices next year, according to the Korean website ET News.

The report, citing "several industry officials participating in the development of the upcoming Galaxy S series," says that Samsung is planning to follow in the footsteps of Apple, which also purportedly will launch three new handsets later this year.

The first device, codenamed Beyond 0, will have a 5.8in screen and a single lens camera setup, similar to the current Galaxy S9. This will be accompanied by the Beyond 1, which will also have a 5.8-inch screen, but will have a dual camera configuration updated.

O & # 39; besides 2 & # 39 ;, ET News claims, will pack a larger 6.2in ​​screen, and will likely arrive like the Galaxy S10 Plus. It will also have a triple lens camera similar to the one seen on the Huawei P20 Pro, if the report is reliable.

ET News does not have much to say about the trio of S10 input models, but notes that Samsung is not yet ready to launch its first foldable smartphone – the Galaxy X – and is "rushing to develop it." According to recent rumors, it will hit the MWC next year, with the S10 ready to be released a month earlier at CES.

25/6/18: The Galaxy S10, from Samsung, will discard the iris scanner in favor of a & # 39; Face ID & # 39; Apple-style.

So says a report from the South Korean website The bell, who heard from unidentified sources that the Galaxy S10 will adopt a 3D sensor camera in front of it that will replace the current scanner easily misled iris.

This will not be the only form of authentication on the device, as the report states that Samsung will also equip the S10 with a fingerprint sensor on display. This one, The bell is being developed by Qualcomm, Synaptics and the Taiwan Institute of Technology, although the report notes that Samsung can "review its strategy" if the technology is not ready in time for the January launch of the smartphone.

The report does not reveal much more, but note that – like previous company launches – there will be two variants: the Galaxy S10 58-inch and the Galaxy S10 Plus 6.3-inch.

21/6/18: An alleged prototype of the Samsung Galaxy S10 shows that the flagship could adopt a full-screen X-schooling iPhone design.

An image of the prototype was posted on Twitter by the notorious tipster Ice Universe (Ice Universe).below). Although he does not specifically mention the Galaxy S10, his use of the word "beyond" – which is believed to be the codename of Samsung's flagship – pretty much delivers it.

The image shows that if it were legitimate the Galaxy S10 could adopt a full-screen design similar to what is seen in Oppo Find X – which would give a 93% close-to-the-face ratio. the rate of 83.6% found in Galaxy S8 and S9.

Like the Oppo Find X, there is no sign of a front camera – or any sensor – on the front of the device, suggesting that Samsung could be the next to adopt a front facing camera than an iPhone. Earlier this month, we learned that Samsung could avoid adopting a screen clipping by equipping the S10 with futuristic display technology and sound emission.

Antes de você ter esperanças, apesar de acharmos difícil acreditar que o chamado "protótipo" mostre uma imagem legítima do carro-chefe da Samsung em 2018, já que o lançamento do carro-chefe está a pelo menos seis meses de distância.

De acordo com rumores recentes (below), o Galaxy S10 provavelmente fará sua primeira aparição oficial na CES do próximo ano em Las Vegas.

14/6/18: A Samsung evitará adotar o Galaxy S10 do ano que vem adotando tecnologia de exibição futurista e com emissão de som. ETNews.

A publicação coreana relata que a Samsung, juntamente com a LG, está se preparando para estrear 'displays que emitem sons' em seus smartphones a partir do ano que vem, tendo anteriormente mostrado protótipos da tecnologia na feira SID no mês passado.

Essa tecnologia de exibição permitirá que o som seja emitido através da tela de um telefone, eliminando a necessidade de um fone de ouvido voltado para a frente e, por sua vez, um recorte de tela no estilo do iPhone. Isso significa que a Samsung, se fosse para adotar uma câmera selfie pop-up como o recém-anunciado Vivo Nex, poderia empurrar a tela no S10 até a borda superior do dispositivo.

16/5/18: A Samsung está planejando equipar o Galaxy S10 do próximo ano com uma tela ridiculamente afiada que vai explodir o iPhone X da água.

De acordo com o especialista em gorjetas do Twitter Ice Universe, a resolução de tela do Galaxy S10 vai superar 600ppi – superando os 458ppi do iPhone X e a tela de 570ppi do Galaxy S9.

Resta saber que a tela vai combinar com o brilho de tirar o fôlego do Sony Xperia XZ Premium, no entanto, que possui uma tela 4K de 5.8in em 3840×2160 com uma densidade de pixels de 760ppi.

Além de uma resolução de tela envolta, o Galaxy S10 também deve apresentar uma relação tela-corpo de 93% – melhorando a taxa de 83,6% do Galaxy S9.

Além disso, está parecendo cada vez mais provável que o Galaxy S10 seja o primeiro telefone da Samsung a apresentar um leitor de impressões digitais na tela depois que o Ice Universe twittou que a tecnologia ultrassônica não chegará ao Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

"É quase certo que Note9 não tem FOD [Fingerprint-reader On Display]", leia o tweet.

4/5/18: Rumores afirmam que a Samsung lançará seu carro-chefe Galaxy S10 em janeiro de 2018, com planos de lançar seu tão esperado smartphone dobrável no MWC em fevereiro.

Jornal coreano O sinoNaturalmente, relata que o Samsung Galaxy S10 é provável que ver um lançamento oficial na CES em janeiro, com a "aquisição de peças" para começar em outubro.

Enquanto esta não é a primeira vez que ouvimos que a Samsung pode lançar seu próximo smartphone topo de linha antes do previsto, este rumor tem um pouco mais de carne. O sino claims that the S10's launch has been pushed forward to make room for its long-rumoured foldable 'Galaxy X' smartphone.

Samsung has reportedly asked suppliers to start supplying component for the smartphone this November, with plans to unveil the handset at MWC.

The so-called Galaxy X will feature a"fold-in structure", The Bell notes, comprising three 3.5in OLED panels. The front of the product will reportedly be equipped with two 3.5in panels to create a 7in screen, with an additional 3.5in display on the rear.

3/5/18: Samsung's Galaxy S10 is codenamed "Beyond" and will be the first to feature a screen-embedded fingerprint sensor, according to Korean news outlet The Bell.

Citing the "parts industry" as its source, the website claims that Samsung's 'Beyond' codename is fitting for the firm's 10th-anniversary flagship, with the firm aiming to "go beyond" what it has already achieved in the smartphone market.

To do that, the Galaxy S10 will be the first Samsung smartphone to be kitted out with Fingerprint on Display (FOD) tech, according to the report, which notes that the firm has attempted to introduce the feature since the Galaxy S8 but failed due to "technical difficulties".

Samsung will manage to embed a fingerprint sensor into the Galaxy S10's AMOLED screen, The Bell claims, although it's unclear who will be providing the firm with the futuristic tech.

It is not currently known if the Galaxy S10 will also feature iPhone X-a-like 3D sensing technology on the front.

"Unlike FOD, partners in the 3D sensing module are not detecting mass-production movements," one electronics industry official said.

18/4/18: The Galaxy S9 may be just weeks-old, but Samsung has reportedly finalised the design of next year's Galaxy S10.

So says Korean website The Bell, which claims that Samsung's 10th-anniversary Galaxy S series phones will arrive early next year equipped with an in-display fingerprint scanner and a 3D sensing camera, similar to that found on the iPhone X.

The handset's under-screen fingerprint sensor, the report claims, is currently being developed by Qualcomm and Synaptics in the US, and Aegis Tech in Taiwan. The Galaxy S10 and S10+ will likely be the first Samsung smartphones to come equipped with the tech, with recent reports noting that, despite earlier rumours, the Galaxy Note 9 is unlikely to carry the feature.

The Galaxy S10's rumoured 3D-sensing module is being developed by camera firms Mantis Vision and Woodgate, The Bell notes. Further details about this feature remain vague, but it likely will offer iPhone X-style face-unlock functionality, improving on Samsung's current, and somewhat lacklustre iris-scanning solution.

Elsewhere, the Korean report debunks speculation that the Galaxy S10 will feature the foldable AMOLED screen that we've heard so much about, and instead claims that Samsung will stick to same curved Infinity displays found on this year's S9 and S9+.

The screens are allegedly getting bigger, though, with the S10 and S10 Plus tipped to feature 5.8in and 6.3in panels, respectively, 0.03in and 0.08in larger than their predecessors.

That's all The Bell has to give, but an earlier report claimed that – somewhat unsurprisingly – the Galaxy S10 and S10+ will be powered by Samsung's as-yet-unannounced Exynos 9820 SoC, that's expected to debut inside the Galaxy Note 9.

Samsung's Exynos variants are typically released in Europe, with Qualcomm's next-gen Snapdragon 855 processor set to power its US-bound version.

Samsung, naturally, hasn't commented on the rumours. µ


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