Several new leaks revealed some of the features of the Samsung Galaxy S S10, expected to be launched in the market beginning in 2019 with new features unusual, and that after the development of many of the techniques used in the Samsung S9.
The Samsung S series is the world’s most advanced high-tech DAT in various aspects of the processor and camera, as well as the battery and some of the enhanced features.
Use the fingerprint reader on the screen
One of the most important technological developments known to the Galaxy phones is the use of fingerprint sensor, which is available in most Samsung phones in the back.
The Galaxy S10 is expected to be the first Samsung device with a fingerprint reader on the screen (for the Note and Galaxy A series shortly thereafter). A report from Taiwan indicates that the company will use the latest ultrasonic reader in Qualcomm to do the job.
The first Qualcomm ultrasound reader came out in 2015 and there were new additions to the unveiling in June last year. The third-generation reader has been developed and meets the requirements of Samsung.
However, Samsung will need significant support from major technology companies to develop this revolutionary feature. Taiwan’s General Interface Solutions and O-Film are reportedly working with Qualcomm to develop the new sensor.
O-Film previously worked with Vivo to build the X20 UD and X21 UD.
An ultrasonic fingerprint reader will be attached to the back of the display bracket.
In addition, ultrasound allows the capture of clear images of high fingerprint fingerprints, making them more accurate.
The Samsung S10 will come with three cameras at the back
According to the source, the Galaxy S10 will have a combination of a wide-angle camera of 12 megapixels, a 16 megapixel wide-angle sensor and a 13-megapixel camera to zoom up to three times. The Galaxy S9 + and Galaxy Note 9 cameras use a double wide-angle + close-up.
Unlike this year, the Galaxy S9 and S9 differ from the number of cameras, the Galaxy S10 and S10 + will not follow this pattern. Both will have a triple rear camera, while the S10 Lite, which is said to have a flat screen, will have only two.
Samsung is not the only Korean company working on a triple camera phone. It is said that the next LG V40 will also remain a three-camera phone according to expectations and images spread over the Internet.
Apple is also expected to join the tri-camera train next year. We expect Chinese companies such as XIAOMI, OPPO and Vivo to do the same.
Provide the Exynos 9820 processor for Samsung S10 devices
The Korean company is expected to use the eight-core Exynos 9820 chipset from Samsung’s development to provide the Galaxy S10 with power, but there is little information about the new processor.
According to the latest reports, Samsung can adopt an eight-core processor to compromise on three to three processors in the following order.
Cortex-A55 quad-core processor
Cortex-A75 Core Processor
Cortex-A76 Core Processor
Thus, the processor still contains eight core but instead of previously used 4 + 4 technology, the company will choose 2 + 2 + 4 ranking. This arrangement is similar to the Helio X-series MediaTek chip.
According to MediaTek, this new partition arrangement can help improve battery performance on the smartphone. While it is unclear whether the MediaTek approach is better than the solutions offered by Qualcomm and Samsung, it sounds like an interesting procedure.
However, there are few concerns, including whether Samsung has access to the DynamiQ Arm technology, making these flexible core arrangements for the CPU possible. DynamIQ’s ARM technology allows silicon manufacturers to mix and match the core of the ARM CPU, but does not apply to Samsung’s own cores on paper.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is said to have a display capable of transmitting audio. The South Korean company has introduced the sound-screen concept at the Information Display Association (SID) in 2018 where instead of the earpiece.
In addition, the Galaxy S10 is expected to be the first Samsung phone to come with 3D face recognition technology such as iPhone X and Xiaomi Mi 8. Along with the Exynos 9820, the Galaxy S10 is expected to be supported by the next Snapdragon 855 Of Qualcomm, and may be officially announced in January 2019.
Samsung decides to drop the lock of iris scanner
After most of the news on the Samsung S10 is cut off, a new leak comes about the company’s intention to remove the iris scanner and replace it with the fingerprint sensor on the screen.
The company says that the technology is still far from the required development and still needs to be further developed, and the company to exploit the space to provide the advantages of other 3D Face-scanning.
The idea of a screenprint is still very interesting, so Samsung is trying to use it as much as possible before users get used to it.
The joy of locking using an iris scanner has been offered in the Samsung N10 phone expected to be launched in the markets by the end of 2019.
Highlights of the Samsung S – 10 specification leaks
– Three copies
– The rimless screen controls 93% of the interface (formerly 83.6%)
– Monitors 5.8, 5.8 and 6.4
– (Fingerprint + Silve Camera) inside the screen
– UFS3.0 storage memory
– 3 rear cameras in one copy
– Without 3.5mm audio port
– Possible version with 5G support
– Battery may reach 4000mAh