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To be honest, the Galaxy S10 is nearly half a year away from being unveiled at this point, but that's from the consumer's point of view. As far as the manufacturer, aka Samsung is concerned, they already have the plans set into motion. On that note, here are some of the popular rumors to keep you interested till something more solid comes up.


Three Models?


Samsung has so far managed to stay away from Apple's decision to get rid of the headphone jack and fingerprint scanner, not to mention Samsung's much applauded decision to avoid the widely adopted notch design. Nevertheless, popular leakster and tech analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is of the opinion that Samsung will follow Apple and release three (5.8", 6.1" and 6.4") Galaxy S10 smartphones next year.


In-Display Fingerprint Scanner


An in-display fingerprint scanner at the front of the display is expected to be onboard the two premium models of the Galaxy S10, but not the comparatively cheaper model of the three.


Piezoelectric Earpiece?


We saw it years ago on the Mi Mix first but now the Vivo Nex has it too. A piezoelectric system allows the entire phone's body to be used for listening to voice calls or to be used as a speaker. The Galaxy S10 could also have the technology in 2019.


Three or Four Rear Cameras


If the upcoming Galaxy A9 Pro comes out with four rear cameras like it is expected to, then it would be safe to assume that even the cheapest Galaxy S10 will have at least three or even four rear cameras.


For more information on the rumors, check out the source and decide for yourself on their authenticity. In the meanwhile, we will keep you updated as soon as something concrete comes up.


Saikat Kar


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If you thought that the recently launched Galaxy A7 (2018) with three rear cameras wasn't quite enough, rumor has it that Samsung is planning to launch the Galaxy A9 (2018) with four rear cameras on October 11, 2018. The event on October 11 has been highlighted by Samsung with a subtle hint to this fact, which states "4x fun." It could also mean something else, but at this point, all rumors seem to be pointing towards the fact that the smartphone will have four rear cameras. If this does turn out to be true, Samsung will be the first manufacturer in the world to have a quad rear camera smartphone. The camera specs are expected to be 24-mp primary sensor + 8-mp wide angle sensor + 5-mp and 10-mp zooming lenses.


It would actually be quite interesting to see if the extra cameras are able to beat the dual camera modules on the flagship range handsets like the ones on the Galaxy Note 9 and the S9 Plus. If the specifications are true though, I would be surprised if the upcoming Galaxy A9 (2018) with four cameras doesn't beat the current-gen flagship handsets.


Saikat Kar



A live picture, a few leaked press renders and a bunch of rumors are suggesting that the next Galaxy A7 will probably sport three cameras on its back and that would be a first from Samsung for sure. However, one of the suggestions in the aforementioned rumors can now be discarded after the latest leaks showed that the A7 (2018) will indeed be sporting just one front camera, instead of two like the rumor had suggested.



If you are baffled and somewhat worried by not seeing the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, don't worry, because that doesn't mean Samsung is doing an Apple and getting rid of the fingerprint scanner altogether! It's just that they have probably decided to put the fingerprint scanner on the A7's side this year. Expect the specifications of the A8 (2018) to be similar to what the A8+ (2018) is featuring, which includes an Exynos 7885 processor, 6GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage. Reports indicate that the A7 (2018) will be unveiled on October 11, along with the Galaxy A9 (2018), which will likely sport four cameras on its back!




Via: SamMobile


Saikat Kar


S10


The Galaxy S9 is an excellent smartphone, or at least the S9+ is anyway! Nevertheless, it didn't get as much critical acclaim as the Galaxy S8 did back in 2017. The reason for this is of course the fact that the S9 and S9+ look almost identical to the S8 and S8+. Not that it was a bad thing mind you, especially in a world where every Android device was copying Apple and their notch. However, a lot of Samsung fans (including myself) held on to their S8/S8+ in the hope that the S10 will offer something much more innovative over the infinity display design, that's now starting to date. If the latest rumors are to be believed, then that may not after all be the case and the S10 could very well end up looking almost exactly like the S9! Famous leakster Ice Universe on the other hand, doesn't' quite agree or at least would hate to see that, as mentioned in his tweet, which follows as such.


"If the Galaxy S10 still does not adopt a major change in design, Samsung will be completely defeated by Huawei and damage the Samsung brand."


Saikat Kar




Samsung has so far managed to stay away from the notch by sticking to its tried and tested low-bezel displays but they might actually introduce the infamous notch after all, albeit in a completely different way. Instead of opting for the hated notch on top to accommodate the sensors, mic and cameras, Samsung's future flagship smartphone in 2019 may just sport a side-notch on the Edge display! Cool as the idea may sound, the practicality of it doesn't make too much sense now, but the patent has indeed been filed by Samsung under the name, "Electronic Device Including Bended Display and Image Displaying Method Therethrough."




This could help Samsung eliminate the bezels altogether but even then, the design doesn't seem to be too practical at the moment. May be the patent will be discarded or maybe they will find a better way to implement the technology, but there's no denying that the Vivo Nex is a live example of the fact that a better alternative to the notch does indeed exist for truly bezel-less smartphones.




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Saikat Kar

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