As rumours fly out of Korea will we see the new Galaxy S10 next year?
As whispers of the new Samsung Galaxy S10 begin to the rounds, a new report from South Korea suggests that sometime next year we’ll see advanced facial recognition, a choice of two screen sizes and an in-display fingerprint sensor.
According to the South Korean capital market website ‘The Bell’ the iris scanning tech of the Galaxy S9 will be dropped for a fingerprint pad and a 3D face scanner akin to the iPhone X.
The Bell states that Samsung has been working with Israeli manufacturers Mantis Vision to create the modules for the 3D scanner, but also suggests that if deadlines are missed for mass production Samsung may revert back to the iris scanner.
Reports state that the Galaxy S10 may be at 5.8 inches and the Galaxy S10 plus set at 6.3 inches corner to corner. Also according to KB Securities analyst Kim Dong-Wan Samsung may also consider three lenses on the back of the Galaxy S10 like the Huawei Mate 10 Pro.
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