QR.bizNewsThe Galaxy S10 Will Have the Feature We've All Been Waiting For

The Galaxy S10 Will Have the Feature We've All Been Waiting For

Samsung will introduce its premium "Infinity Display" to low-end affordable smartphones in the Galaxy J series.

According to rumors, the Galaxy S10 will be the first Samsung device, the display of which is embedded fingerprint sensor.

To that end, the S8 Lite looks virtually identical to its more powerful predecessor, controversially-placed fingerprint sensor and all. The listing does not contain any information about the internal specifications, however, it does reveal that the models will be launched in China on May 21. Its screen goes to the edge of the top frame of the phone, but for the camera and the sensor - a cutout area - or 'Notch', because it is known colloquially.

The device you're seeing here is supposedly the Galaxy J6 and it's poised to be the most affordable Samsung smartphone with a "FullView" display.

Other than that, just expect a slightly improved processor and camera with the Note 9 being seen as a incremental tweak from the Note 8, rather than a major update.

This is the first Samsung smartphone that features a dual-camera setup. The phone is rumoured to come with a 5.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 720 pixels by 1280 pixels. In 2013, there were rumours that the company was actually going to announce such a phone, the Galaxy Q, during that year's Mobile World Congress trade show. It's been said that the S10 will arrive with a bigger body and a display of 6.3 inches. The fingerprint sensor has been put on the rear side of the device. Reports claim that the Galaxy Note 9 release date may be earlier than expected, perhaps as soon as July. The phone could hold a 3850 mAh battery which is 20 per cent larger than 3300mAh battery in Note 8.

Previous rumor has said that the Note 9 could possibly include an under-the-screen finger print reader, but it's nearly certainly not going to happen at this point. The device comes with a Stylus, which Samsung calls as S-Pen.


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