Samsung has done wonders in the tech world, innovating its way to the top. The renders show the device from all angles and they appear to confirm the final look and design of the handset prior its official launch early next year. What's most noticeable about the phone's display is that it features a pill-shaped hole near the upper right corner of the display. Of course you can expect Samsung to pack the full with the best processor available at the time: we expect the Exynos 9820 to arrive in the Australian version. This is because the Galaxy S10 Plus will feature an in-display fingerprint scanner. Samsung's popular Galaxy S line won't be left behind in this. Unfortunately, there's no information yet on what type of sensors or lenses these cameras will have. To begin with, the Korean giant has claimed that it would be rolling out to their Samsung Galaxy S9 and Note 9 devices. The company tweeted a promotion for the Galaxy Note 9 from "Twitter for iPhone". It's now being rumored that Samsung will be using an ultrasonic scanner instead of optical.
However, it should be pointed out that Samsung has already released its own Exynos 5100 baseband, so, if nothing goes wrong, this will be equipped with the Exynos 9820 chip and become the alternative for the Samsung S10 5G variant where the company can't bring Qualcomm powered phones.
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The all-display design of the Galaxy S10 also means there's no room for a dedicated fingerprint sensor. Following that debut, the new Android flagships should hit the market by late March after a brief pre-order period which will likely see more incentives than what Samsung has been offering a year ago seeing how the Galaxy S9 line ended up having relatively underwhelming sales.
Some models of the Galaxy S10 have been rumoured to come with the firm's newly-revealed Infinity-O display that would present Android fans with a device that is both bezel and notch-free.