Samsung Galaxy S10 Likely to Come with All-screen Next Year

New S Pen could be Samsung Galaxy Note 9's standout feature

New S Pen could be Samsung Galaxy Note 9's standout feature

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 - Leaked photos, concept images, and renders Fri, April 6, 2018Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to launch this summer.

After the news that the Galaxy Note 9's biggest upgrade has been cancelled, Samsung may be delving into even hotter water with their latest decision to slash a major feature in the Galaxy S10. Samsung promised that Galaxy Note 9 is going to be the best smartphone that it ever created and therefore, it should come as no surprise that the standards bar is raised pretty high.

Samsung is throwing down the gauntlet with its next flagship smartphone.

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India batsman Ambati Rayudu said on Sunday that the second-ranked ODI team has never had an issue with setting targets in limited-overs cricket.

Korean publicationThe Bell reports that Samsung has not requested Iris scanners from its usual suppliers.

Samsung's Galaxy S10 will be arriving next year marking a decade of Galaxy S series success, and also it will be their 10th anniversary. Apart from that, the Galaxy S10 will also feature an in-display fingerprint scanner at least it might be possible for the Beyond 2 which is the top specced variant among the trio. If certain production benchmarks are not met, however, the new phone is expected to continue using an iris scanner, as older model phones have. Therefore, Samsung made a decision to go the safe route and install a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner instead. This is a core component of its "Intelligent Scan" facial unlock. That seems to be the implication of rumors that Samsung is ditching the iris scanner in the Galaxy S10 in favor of both 3D face recognition and FOD. For example, Facebook is now undergoing a class-action privacy lawsuit over its face-recognition technology, but Samsung is nonetheless diving into this area head first.

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