Meet The Galaxy S10, Samsung’s Current Best And Brightest
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Whenever a new flagship looms over the horizon, leaks are bound to happen. In the case of the follow-up to the Samsung Galaxy S9, the Galaxy S10 sports a lot of great upgrades-more importantly, these updates aims to improve upon the S9's flaws.
The S9 does have its flaws, Forbes points out. The fingerprint sensor has been taken out and, while it is an improvement upon previous designs, it still falls victim to looking like the Galaxy S8. The S10 vows to be Samsung's best so far; it must be, after all, it is said to be the phone to celebrate Samsung's 10th anniversary in the smartphone industry.
A leak arrived on Tuesday. BGR reports that the leaked image may turn out to be as good as the final rendering of the model, as the source has a good track record of releasing close to accurate image leaks of smartphone flagships. The latest Samsung phone appears to have the same design as the Galaxy line's curved-edge phones, with allegedly the best updates-ones that were withheld from the embattled Galaxy S9, with all its bugs.
Featured in the Galaxy S10 line are three models-the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+. There is said to be a third Galaxy S10 model, a first for Samsung's dual-release scheme. The Galaxy S10 will reportedly have a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display, with the Galaxy S10+ sporting a larger design and a 6.44-inch Super AMOLED screen.
Samsung is reportedly going all out on the S10 where it held back on the S9. The S10 will integrate the In-Display Fingerprint Reader as well as follow a design that focuses mainly on Samsung's bezel-trim design, according to further leaks.
Samsung appears to be gearing up for a war. It will be sporting a triple-lens setup much like the Huawei P20 Pro sans the third monochrome lens. It will also allegedly sport 3D facial recognition capabilities-a feature that's available on the iPhone X.
With all these features, all that remains is whether Samsung will be able to deliver these with a lower price tag. The speculation leans toward the phone being a really expensive, yet game-changing, flagship for the manufacturer.