Since Samsung has not officially announced the Note 9, rumors of the next Galaxy S have already begun to collapse the internet because we expect a lot of new technology in this series as usual. As Note 9 is well known before the release, S10 (or whatever it is called) is the device to which the public focuses. SamMobile, a highly confidential source of Samsung’s future devices, says that the next S flagship will be available in three quite different variants. Most of us reminded us of the three-way P20 Pro, P20 and P20 Lite, but it is no surprise that Samsung will also use this way to use as many parts as possible and thus increase the profit lost by not so good sales of the S9 series.

The cheapest version of the Galaxy S10 smartphone should miss the fingerprint sensor below the screen and put it on one of the sides.

Unlike this cheap version, the Galaxy S10 and S10+ should have a curved “Infinity display” as well as their predecessors and a fingerprint sensor under the AMOLED display, as Samsung has already developed its own variant of the aforementioned technology. It should bring a much more reliable and faster device unlocking than the one introduced by Vivo. What we can expect to do with the implementation of this technology is unfortunately also the increased price of the flagship which is a trend recently and what actually allowed the mid-range devices to take the popularity.

As far as the screen is concerned, the S10+ model might have a 6.44″ Super AMOLED display, the S10 might have 6.2″, and the cheapest version might have a 5.8″ screen.

The S10+ model will also have three rear cameras, the third of which should be wide and cover an angle of 123 degrees. The resolution of this camera may be 16MP with an aperture of f/1.9. The primary camera will allegedly have 12MP and a variable aperture as in S9, while the secondary telephoto lens will have 13MP and an aperture of f/2.4. Unfortunately, the wide-angle camera may not have an OIS as well as the LG G series, but if all this is to come true, it remains to be seen.

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