Samsung Galaxy S10+ Leaks In Highest-Resolution Renders Yet
Dec 04 2018
The carrier also adds that users of the "unrevealed" Samsung 5G smartphone will be able to immediately benefit from the speed and capacity of the next-generation network standard.
4 Last week, an image of the Samsung Glaxy's S10 screen protector was leaked on Twitter.The image features the screen protector that has barely visible bezels and there is no sign of the much-maligned notch. This is because the Galaxy S10 Plus will feature an in-display fingerprint scanner. The earpiece itself sits in a separate cutout at the very top of the device, the newly emerged images reveal.
As for other aspects of the phone's design, the Galaxy S10 Plus appears to have the power and volume buttons on the right, while the left side will have the dedicated Bixby button.
Since the iPhone XS Max screen has been generally regarded better than the Galaxy Note 9, it just makes the situation worse for Samsung. Instead, the author of the unofficial renders is understood to have been inspired by the Ice Blue variants of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ which Samsung brought to China less than a month ago. One UI is based on Android 9 Pie and is already being beta-tested on Samsung's 2018 flagships, with the Galaxy S10 series being expected to mark its commercial debut.
The folks at Patently Mobilespotted the patent, which was filed with the US Patent Office earlier this year, and hints at the possibility of Samsung using what it refers to as "force touch" technology in its smartphones, (which we already knew) but also smartwatches.
United States telecom carrier Verizon and Samsung have announced to jointly launch one of the first commercial 5G smartphones in the USA in the first half of 2019. Using a custom smartphone provided by Samsung, Park Jung-ho, the CEO of SK Telecom video called a few of his employees in an operations center located in another city.
Verizon partnered with Samsung to launched its first commercial 5G service in October in Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Sacramento.