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Here’s the Big Galaxy S10 Problem that Samsung is Keeping Secret

Here’s the Big Galaxy S10 Problem that Samsung is Keeping Secret

One of the highlights of the Samsung Galaxy S10 was expected to be an upgraded fast charging system that would have been able to provide up to 50 percent of battery level in record time. ArmadilloTek had tweeted, "We have tested our cases on real #GalaxyS10 phones". Moreover, an under-the-display fingerprint sensor is also rumored to make its Samsung debut in the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and other variants.

The comments under the posting also reveal that the phone is lighter than a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and that the Bixby used on the new devices will be the same as the assistant software on the Note 9. What you can not see on the back panel, however, is the fingerprint scanner that is a common feature on even budget smartphones these days. That means it's the Galaxy S10+, which is expected to have a dual-lens front camera. An extra $5 gets you the Samsung Galaxy S7. Accessory makers have already created screen protectors for the phones, which have been featured in several leaks so far.

Stay tuned for more leaks and spills ahead of the Samsung Galaxy S10 launch. It might also take some design cues from Galaxy A8s launched last month in China, featuring a vertically aligned triple-camera setup, and fingerprint sensor at the back.

/Leaks, the known tipster for any leaks and spills on the internet, gave us the glimpse of the benchmark results for the Samsung Galaxy S10. We'd expect the S10 to feature a Super AMOLED curved screen that displays in Quad HD+ or 4K resolution.

Previous rumors have it that the Galaxy Fold will come with 512GB of internal storage and run the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 CPU. However, the in-display fingerprint is not necessarily a good thing for Samsung fans.


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