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Although Samsung has launched the latest flagship series Galaxy S9 a couple of months ago but rumors about the next in the lineup, most probably the Galaxy S10, have already been under way. Korean media has come up with a new inside leak suggesting that the Galaxy S10 is coming soon with minor design changes compared to its predecessors, though the Infinity Display will remain the same.

Galaxy S10 – Rumored Design Features

According to details shared by a Korean website, Samsung has almost finalized the design of Galaxy S10 and the upcoming device will be slightly larger in size as compared to the Galaxy S9. More precisely, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ will have a 0.03-inch and 0.08-inch larger displays respectively as compared to their counterparts of the S9 family.

If the details shared so far are true, the Samsung Galaxy S10 looks really cool. Leaked blueprints suggest a truly bezelless infinity display having more than 90% of screen to body ratio. Here’s how it will look like:

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More interestingly, Samsung is further reported to introduce an under-display fingerprint sensor with the upcoming device considering current market trends as Vivo has premiered the same feature with the Vivo APEX and Vivo X20 Plus UD. It is further said that these sensors will be developed for Samsung by Qualcomm and Synaptics in the US and Aegis Tech in Taiwan.

The rumors are also there that Galaxy S10 may introduce certain 3D sensing features in the front, rear or both camera modules just like we’ve seen with the Apple’s iPhone X. However, these sensors are reportedly under production in partnership with Israeli camera solution firm Mantis Vision as well as Korean camera module maker Woodgate.

In the end, we’ve come to know that Samsung may not follow Apple in introducing a top notch; at least for the Galaxy S10. The phone is expected to be unveiled in the fourth quarter this year while global release is expected to be planned at the start of 2019.

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