Samsung will reportedly release three variants of its next iteration of the Galaxy S series – the Galaxy S10, this will enable it to target all fans with different purchasing power to make up for the weaker than expected sales of the current flagship Galaxy S9. Although Samsung has yet to throw its weight behind the report of it releasing three variants of the Galaxy S10, leaks and rumors about the upcoming Galaxy S10 are already begin to gather momentun.
This week’s new leaks breaths new life into the possibility of Samsung adopting the in-display fingerprint sensor for its upcoming devices. It’s so far been rumored that Samsung is preparing an entry-level Galaxy S10 in addition to two real successors to the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. Of the three Galaxy S10, it’s been rumored that the entry-level variant might use a side mounted scanner, while the two top-end variants will use the under-display fingerprint sensor.
Now, a new report from Sammy’s countryside suggests all three of the upcoming Galaxy S10 will use the in-display sensor, however, the technology used will make for the difference. While the two top-end variants will reportedly use e an ultrasonic display-based fingerprint sensor from Qualcomm, the entry-level model will get an optical fingerprint sensor similar to the one currently adopted by Xiaomi for its Mi 8 explorer edition and Vivo for a couple of its smartphones.
In addition, Samsung is said to be blessing a variant of the upcoming Galaxy S10 phones with a triple camera setup which is fast becoming a flagship standard.
Samsung hasn’t said it will be unveiling 3 variant of the Galaxy S10, nor has it confirmed it will use an in-display fingerprint sensor. That, however, isn’t likely to happen soon, at least not until sometime in early 2019, so we only rely heavily on hearsay at the moment.