According to the tweets, the Galaxy S10 might completely drop the iris scanner Samsung introduced with the Samsung Galaxy S8. Also, you would know that earlier there was no notch, but now every smartphone is coming with a notch.
While the Iris Scanner was always slower as compared to the fingerprint sensor, it was the only contact-less biometric verification system that Samsung came up for answering the facial recognition systems.
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Samsung Electronics is also expected to speed up development of 5G smartphones, which are scheduled to be launched in the first half of next year. And if the leaked information is to be believed, the Galaxy A9 (2018) will be more expensive than any other mid-range smartphone now on sale in the country.
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Smaller pixels sizes can have an increased performance thanks to the Isocell Plus technology. Samsung claims GM1 and GD1 will produce 12 and 8 megapixel photos with low-light sensitivity equivalent to a pixel four times the size. It has gyro-based EIS (electronic image stabilization) and, thanks to it, your photos are more accurate than ever. Other rumors say that manufacturers might be working on losing the headphone jack with the intention of turning it into a 100% wireless device, just like Apple. "With the introduction of our cutting-edge 0.8μm-pixel Samsung ISOCELL Bright GM1 and GD1 image sensors, we are committed to continue driving innovation in image sensor technologies".
Background: Samsung executives, including its mobile chief DJ Koh, previously confirmed the company's first foldable device won't be a one-off experiment and will instead mark the start of an entirely new product lineup.
With two months to go until CES 2019 kicks off next year, we shouldn't have to wait long to see these rumoured offerings.