A couple of weeks back, Samsung launched its new smartphone called the Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The report from South Korean site ETNews (and flagged by SamMobile) suggests the company won't include the tech on the Samsung Galaxy S10 and may leave an in-display fingerprint scanner as the sole piece of biometric security tech. According to the tweets, the Galaxy S10 might completely drop the iris scanner Samsung introduced with the Samsung Galaxy S8. By skipping the Iris scanner, Samsung is showing a lot of confidence in their implementation of the new fingerprint scanning standard. The extra display offers a better user experience as it allows the user to utilize most smartphone functions without unfolding the phone, but it makes the device thicker and more expensive. Meanwhile the rumoured third Galaxy S10 is supposed to have a the lesser optical-based fingerprint scanner, or some sort of physical key. That's just in time for the production run of the Galaxy S10 where one of these two sensor could debut.
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Meanwhile, a latest report states that the phone is expected to launch in India on November 4, while some reports confirm that the phone will launch on November 15 in select markets.
Samsung spends a ton of money on R&D, and this tweet shows how ahead they usually are of the competition. The front of the Nubia X has an all-screen design, and Nubia decided on a novel solution for the selfie camera: it completely removed it. Then again, Samsung may have something else planned for the "V", and the Galaxy S10 may end up rocking an Infinity-V display next year. Samsung is supposedly working directly with Google on Android tweaks to support the foldable display, which will need a bigger dose of custom software than what we usually see on Galaxy smartphones. The new Nubia X isn't a phone you'll ever see on the streets in the U.S., but I'm sort of obsessed with it. Why?