More leaked images of the Samsung Galaxy S10 phones appear

Samsung's next watch may scan your finger

Samsung's next watch may scan your finger

Going by several leaks and rumours, Samsung's Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus phones will have an ultra-sonic in-display fingerprint scanner. Sides on the back of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ will be curved, while Samsung's logo will sit on the back as well.

We can't confirm that these are authentic photos; there's even been suggestions that they are high-quality renders. Both the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ will ship with Android 9 Pie, and Samsung's all-new One UI skin on top of Google's operating system. Regardless, it is a tantalising preview of the next Galaxy smartphone series.

It will be the first phone to arrive with in-screen camera hole design that will allow the smartphone to deliver a very high screen-to-body ratio.

This case manufacturer's expectation only differs in placement as it also claims that the Galaxy S10+ will have a dual front camera.

If you're wondering, Samsung won't use an Infinity O screen on this device.

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Samsung has now updated its website in China for the launch of Galaxy A8. One variant will be fueled by the company's Exynos 9820 64-bit octa-core processor, while the other will ship with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 chip.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 will likely be joined by the Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10 Lite. Markets like U.S. will get the Qualcomm variant of the phone, while India will get Exynos variant as we have seen in the past.

Full details about the Galaxy M20 are expected to make the rounds in the coming weeks as we approach the release date.

The centered display holes mean that the screen can flow above them.

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