The Galaxy S10 will be the first device from the company to sport an in-display fingerprint sensor except for the entry-level model which comes with the 64GB storage option.
Now the most epic way to launch 5G is with the current boss of Android smartphones, Samsung. The model number of the smartphone is not known yet, but it is rumored to feature a massive display of 6.7 inches. For those customers purchasing the Galaxy A9 via HDFC Debit and Credit card, they will get Rs 3000 cashback.
Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) has a 6.3-inch full HD+ Infinity display with an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. This will be achieved by hiding the front-facing camera and sensors beneath the display glass via an unobtrusive lens hole.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting this week that Samsung is planning on launching a special edition Galaxy S10 variant in celebration of the Galaxy S family's 10th anniversary.
It all happened at Samsung's developer conference, where Samsung also announced its new user interface that will power all its devices, including the foldable handset. Though wouldn't that just end up being a tablet?
It's unclear at this time whether the cheaper Galaxy S10 will share the same hardware with the more expensive models. The SM-G973x and SM-G975x models will be premium variants of the Galaxy S10.
A setup like this suggests that Samsung's answer to Apple's current three-phone lineup is to release FOUR phones. The device will also feature 5G support, and Samsung is going for a Spring 2019 release in the United States and South Korea. Now codenamed "Beyond X" behind the scenes, this is the variant that will reportedly house 5G support, a dual front-facing camera setup and four lenses on the rear. For example, the 128GB Galaxy Note 9 is available for $33.33 per month for 24 months at 0% April, while the 64GB Galaxy S9 is available for $21.67 per month for 24 months. Cross your fingers prices don't follow suit - but good luck!