Published: Sat, November 03, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Samsung Galaxy S10 to rely exclusively on in-display fingerprint scanner

Samsung Galaxy S10 to rely exclusively on in-display fingerprint scanner

Samsung has announced two new 0.8 micrometer image sensors for the smartphone market. The new update brings a recent security patch along with a new camera feature, the AR Emoji. LG is been reported to be developing the screen for foldable smartphones.

Samsung's first foldable Android smartphone is likely coming to all US carriers as the South Korean tech giant now started testing its firmware with all four major networks in the country, SamMobile reports.

On the other hand, Samsung is also trying to push it to launch in the first quarter of 2019 but Huawei might shift plans to later next year.

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"The lukewarm smartphone sales of smartphones in the global market will likely continue even after mobile devices with the new form factor hit the market", said Eo Kyu-jin, an analyst at Ebest Investment & Securities.

The latest blast comes from serial tipster Evan Blass, who has an excellent track record at unveiling details about future smartphones. However, with the iris scanner gone, Samsung will only rely on the ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor on the S10 for verification purposes. Samsung suggested they were all about introducing new features and innovating technology with midrange phones before hero and headline phones starting in 2019. Now we are finally seeing glimpses of the idea coming to life. So, what makes the Galaxy J2 Core special enough that we would cover it on BGR? It also is no powerhouse with only 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, a 2,600mAh battery, and a 5-inch 960×540 TFT display.

The company may bypass Samsung in the creation of a flexible device. You can read about Android Go on Google's website, but it's basically a special version of Android that is heavily optimized so it runs smoothly on entry-level phones that don't pack as much power as flagships. Variants such as SM-F900F and SM-F900N could belong to the European and Asian regions of the Galaxy F foldable phone.

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