We've already seen gaming smartphones from Asus, Razer Phone, and Xiaomi Black Shark, but now Samsung seems to be joining the group. The reports were out from the Samsung's Developer Conference that this year Samsung will be launching its new smartphone. The device will have multiple internal storage options such as 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB.
According to the information revealed so far, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Lite are expected to have 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display, while the Galaxy S10 Plus will have a 6.44-inch display. Even though the foldable device will be available globally, it will come to each part of the world in stages. The company confirmed a few weeks ago that it'll start launching new smartphone features on mid-range phones rather than just flagships, and it already did so in the past few weeks.
Besides, Samsung is said to bring a new display technology that will do away with the notches.
The technology will allow Samsung to integrate the sensors and the front cameras under the display.
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A photo posted to Twitter by user Ice Universe during Samsung Display's "2018 Samsung OLED Forum" event in China reveals the display division of Samsung's entire 2019 product roadmap. In fact, the company has gone out of its way to mock manufacturers that have relied on the notch to expand the size of their display screens while minimizing bezels. These features include a fingerprint scanner, sound, haptics, and an under panel sensor (UPS).
For reference, Samsung has been working on in-display fingerprint scanner based on ultrasonic technology for years now but hasn't rolled it out yet because it wants it to be ideal, unlike other brands who would risk their rep on new technologies not tested for bugs and errors.
Apple actually has a patent for placing cameras and other sensors underneath the screen, but who knows when that'll appear in an iPhone.