Samsung will introduce its flagship smartphone Galaxy S10 at the exhibition Mobile World Congress. "While foldable display makes senses for phones now, it is of very little goal on smartwatches and fitness bands currently", said Harksang Kim, senior vice president and head of mobile visual R&D, Samsung Electronics. Smartphones from Oppo and Vivo and the recently launched OnePlus 6T sport an optical fingerprint sensor. It came out of the box, with Android 8.1 Oreo operating system. Earlier it was thought that Samsung will compose some techniques to boast a similar feature to its forthcoming Galaxy S10. The back of the device is showcased here with the dual camera set up along with the LED flash and the fingerprint sensor placed below them.
Apart from Samsung, other Chinese manufacturers had also attempted on an all-screen smartphone without having a notch. Do you think it in deed is the Galaxy S10.
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As we can see in the screenshot of the app below, it clearly says, "Explore the new Galaxy UX with Android 9.0 Pie (Beta Program), and see how a Foldable display creates a totally new experience". If what we are seeing here is true, this could be the most groundbreaking all-screen smartphone to look out for next year.
The tipster also notes that the new ultrasound screen fingerprint technology will be Samsung exclusive, at least for the first half of 2019, after which other OEMs will get a chance to integrate it in their devices as well.
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I'd even go so far as calling it one of the tougher action RPGs out there, but some of its more dedicated fans just love pain. With absolutely everything turned on, I can see it being an intense experience for a close-knit party, but not for me.