The Galaxy S10 is expected to succeed the Galaxy S9 and is expected to be released by Samsung early next year.
At the Mobile World Congress (MWC), a technology show that takes place every year in Barcelona, Samsung traditionally presents the next generation of its S-Line flagships, and the Galaxy S10 is expected to follow such a trend.
Rumors surrounding the Galaxy S10 suggest that the bezels will be reduced even further than the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.
The hardware will also be available this year in three models.
The first two models are expected to be Standard and Plus models, while the third model is a more favorable version of the product, according to a recent report Bloomberg
At the store, which cited "material familiar," it was emphasized that the lower-priced model of the Galaxy S10 should be designed to "appeal to the widest range of consumers."
In addition, it was reiterated that the "standard" Galaxy S10 phone would be equipped with a Samsung curved OLED display.
Especially for Bloomberg sources, however, it says that the hardware arrives with "almost no lunette up and down", suggesting that the S10 will be more radically redesigned than the S9 from the S8.
It was also stated that the flagship would have three cameras on the back, but it was not described in detail what function each lens would have.
The Galaxy S10 comes preinstalled with Android 9 Pie.
It is expected that the hardware will highlight Samsung's newly introduced One-UI skin in front of Google's operating system, which was recently unveiled at the company's developer conference in San Francisco.
At his keynote address at the event, Samsung insisted that the new interface be designed to be easier to use from a single source.
And now another rumor seems to have surfaced around the Galaxy S10, and it seems like the device could be set to give up a huge Galaxy S9 feature.
Well-known Tipster, Twitter user Ice Universe, recently insisted The upcoming device will not be equipped with an iris sensor present on the current Galaxy S9, allowing face unlocking.
They said, "Yes, the S10 breaks off the iris sensor and the ultrasound fingerprint is enough to replace it.
Compared to optical fingerprint sensors, the S10 ultrasonic fingerprint sensor is faster and has a wider detection range, and 30 percent of the screens can be detected.
"In 2019, at least half a year, S10's ultrasound and the new screen technology are exclusive to Samsung."
The sensors on the front of the Galaxy S9 allow the user to choose between three face recognition options.
The first is scanning the iris, which requires the user to align their eyes with the camera for recognition.
However, S9 owners can also choose between standard face recognition and the Samsung Intelligent Scan feature, which is a combination of iris and face scan.
The iris scanner of the South Korean tech giants was first shown on the Galaxy Note 7 before being recalled.
However, if the Tippers claims are true, it would seem that Samsung prefers fingerprint in-screen activation as the main accessibility feature for the Galaxy S10.