Samsung Galaxy S10 to feature triple rear-camera, Infinity-O display
Samsung is expected to launch its 10th-anniversary Galaxy S10 as early as February next year. So far, several leaks have confirmed that the flagship will come with an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, triple rear-cameras, and will support 5G network. And now, fresh leaks suggest S10 will feature a new Infinity-O style display to offer an unprecedented screen-to-body ratio. Here's everything we know about Galaxy S10.
Some expected features, some unexpected design changes
Firstly, here are some details about Samsung's new Infinity Displays
Samsung recently unveiled a new line-up of Infinity Displays that will come to future smartphones. Alongside the Infinity Flex display, the tech giant unveiled four new screens: Infinity-U: A half oval cut-out similar to the Essential phone Infinity-V: An angular V-shaped notch similar to Infinity-U Infinity-O: A circular cut-out positioned on the left side of the phone New Infinity: A notch-less, bezel-less display.
Galaxy S10 to sport Infinity-O style display
According to fresh leaks, Galaxy S10 will sport an Infinity-O display and not New Infinity display, considering the latter technology is still "immature". Notably, the S10 will sport a single circular cut-out for the front camera - similar to the recently teased Galaxy A8s. And while this design offers increased real-estate, there will be no place for Samsung's Face ID rival biometric technology.
Galaxy S10's new design won't even accommodate the iris sensor
S10 will feature an ultra-sonic in-display fingerprint sensor
While S10 doesn't pack any 3D face scanning tech, it will come with an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner. According to tipster Ice Universe, this ultrasonic sensor will be faster than optical in-display sensors and have a larger surface area (possibly upto 30% of the display).
Galaxy S10 will sport a triple-rear camera setup
According to previous leaks and fresh tip-offs, the upcoming Galaxy flagship will feature a triple rear-camera setup. Reportedly, the camera setup will comprise a 12MP (1.4-micron pixels) main sensor with f/1.5-f/2.4 variable aperture, OIS and Autofocus (AF). Further, there will be a 16MP (f/1.9) wide-angle lens with 123-degrees field-of-view, and a 13MP (1-micron pixels) telephoto sensor with f/2.4 aperture, OIS and AF.
S10 will debut Exynos 9820 and One UI
Samsung recently announced its latest mobile chipset - the Exynos 9820 which comes with an inbuilt NPU AI chip. Notably, the S10 and all its other variants will debut this chipset along with the all-new One UI that Samsung showcased at the developers conference.