Published: Fri, November 02, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Galaxy X Leak Reveals Foldable Phone Specs

Galaxy X Leak Reveals Foldable Phone Specs

The anticipated Samsung Galaxy S10 is widely expected to see a new kind of display, and "very significant" design changes. Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S10 series at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February 2019. The iris scanner may also have been removed to realize Samsung's vision of a notch-less full-screen smartphone. By skipping the Iris scanner, Samsung is showing a lot of confidence in their implementation of the new fingerprint scanning standard. Having two screens on its upcoming foldable would obviously allow for more unique features, but would also give Samsung an advantage over single-display designs that don't offer the same amount of screen real estate. Meanwhile the rumoured third Galaxy S10 is supposed to have a the lesser optical-based fingerprint scanner, or some sort of physical key. But it also revealed there is truth to a nasty rumour which leaked earlier this month: Samsung is "toying" with removing the Galaxy S10's headphone jack. Even the Intelligent Scan capability of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 lines - which combines facial recognition and iris scanning - requires users to hold their devices nearly in ideal parallel to their faces, hence being significantly less convenient than depth-sensing solutions used by the Xiaomi Mi 8 or Apple's last two iPhone generations.

Samsung could be ditching the Iris Scanner in favour of an edge-to-edge display on the S10 flagships. This new gaming smartphone will be powerful as said by Samsung itself.

This phone has been tested many times by Samsung in the USA and it will be soon available in the market as well.

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While Samsung perfected its design and features with the Galaxy S9, the company might try to bring a few firsts with the Galaxy S10.

Coming to the specifications, the details about the Galaxy F smartphone are scarce right now, but it is speculated to come with 512 gigs of built-in storage and there'll be dual-SIM support on the device.

Samsung has registered a trademark called Samsung Infinity-V in the category of displays for smartphones. You might have to wait for a little more as the update is rolled out in batches.

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