Galaxy S10 : An Insight to what’s coming!

Last updated on April 19th, 2019 at 01:36 am

The Galaxy S10 is coming in 2019. Also, Samsung urgently needs it to be an undeniable blockbuster. As the world’s biggest cell phone producer, Samsung has an incredible deal riding on the tenth release of its flagship Galaxy S series.

A bunch of analysts, intellectuals and leakers are portraying Galaxy S10 as a device filled with possibly phenomenal features, including an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, the organization’s very own interpretation of Face ID and an Infinity-O display. And if in the event that the rumors are true, Samsung could have a go at, as well as, secure itself a place at the highest point of the cell phone hierarchy.


If not, the path ahead could be troublesome. The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, released back in February, haven’t sold especially well. Moderating phone sales are currently a danger to each brand. What’s more, China’s Huawei, which removed Apple to take the No. 2 opening, is proving to be a source of worry for Samsung. Regardless of its own issues – which revolves around the developing threatening vibes from governments in the US and around the globe – Huawei keeps on driving sales on the quality of creative items, for example, the Mate 20 Pro.

Adding to the show is a couple of developing innovations that guarantee to modify the cell phone scene in the close term. Samsung is fighting LG, Huawei and others to be the first to advertise with a foldable phone. Also, every phone producer is hustling to deliver phones that can bolster the up and coming age of cellular technology, called 5G. We hope to see instances of both in 2019.

For the present, we’re following the new bits of gossip and indications that rise every day. We proceed to gather and assess new proof that focuses to screen size, camera design and components just as whatever may help answer the central issue: Will the Galaxy S10 have an earphone jack?

Announcement and release date

All signs point to a Feb. 20 launch date for the Galaxy S10, trailed by an on-sale date of March 8, as indicated by a report by Gizmodo UK. All things considered, the Galaxy S10 would be released on Wednesday before Mobile World Congress commences in Barcelona. We haven’t yet caught wind of the area for Samsung’s next Unpacked occasion . However, New York or Barcelona are two likely competitors.

In the event that this plan is confirmed, Samsung will probably spare the launch of its up and coming foldable “Galaxy X” phone for MWC – sparing the big gun for after it unveils the Galaxy S10.

Variants?! Three Galaxy S10 phones; including Plus and Lite models

Rumors are that The Galaxy S10 is going to come in three configurations:

Galaxy S10: Given the code-name Beyond 1, this model is expected to be the same size as the Galaxy S9 of today, however, it is going to be launched with even slimmer bezels. It is said to come with a 6.1-inch screen along with one front facing camera

Galaxy S10 Plus: Perhaps code-named Beyond X or Beyond 2, this will be the successor to the Galaxy S9 Plus. It will have the biggest screen, maybe a 6.4-inch display , and up to four back cameras, two front-facing cameras, and a major battery. There are also some rumors that it may support 5G, but as of now, it is still just a rumor.

Galaxy S10 Lite: Perhaps code-named Beyond 0. It is modeled on the iPhone XR, and this could possibly be a smaller and less expensive device. It will be equipped with a 5.8-inch display and comparartivley fewer hardware additions.Different bits of rumors suggest the incorporation of straight edges rather than two curved sides, no extravagant in-screen fingerprint reader and no earphone jack. 

Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10 Lite

A Galaxy X foldable phone?!

Samsung recently teased its first foldable phone at the annual developer conference in November 2018, and there are also some rumors about a March 2019 debut for the Galaxy X. 

That said, we believe it’s improbable given the immense risk natural in launching a fundamentally new shape factor. In spite of its rocky track record, the Galaxy S is a dependable brand, and Samsung won’t bet away from the chance to brag about a special 10th anniversary edition.

Though currently, many companies are talking about working on a foldable phone (this includes Huawei, LG, and others), presently on the market there is only one foldable phone called the “Royole FlexPai“. We speculate that Samsung is going to enter this unfamiliar market cautiously and carefully, judging the customer interest, before they decide to bring a foldable phone design into the mainstream Galaxy S series.

Samsung SVP of mobile Justin Denison holding the foldable Galaxy phone.

Will 5G be coming to the Galaxy S10 ? 

Samsung stated its commitment to bring out four 5G phones in 2019 (two for AT&T and one each for Verizon and Sprint). Although, despite said rumors going on to the contrary, some expert analysts don’t expect that one of the Galaxy S10 series is going to be Samsung’s first 5G model. 

The support to this claim is that Samsung mobile chief DJ Koh told the Korean reporters back in November 2018 that a different device launching in March 2019 on the Korean carriers will be their first 5G phone instead. 

Rumor Suggests that prices are going up, might range from $845 to $1,765

Samsung is ready to pursue Apple’s lead and raise the costs of its next series of flagship phones. Gizmodo UK is reporting that another entry level Galaxy S10, potentially the S10 Lite, furnished with 128GB of storage, will begin at £669 – which changes over to about $845. Costs just go up from that point for the standard S10 and S10 Plus, which may incorporate much better camera technology and other higher-end features.

Following is an overview of the rumored prices for each model and coresponding storage tier.  

  • Galaxy S10 Lite, 128GB: £669
  • Galaxy S10, 128GB: £799
  • Galaxy S10, 512GB: £999
  • Galaxy S10 Plus, 128GB: £899 
  • Galaxy S10 Plus, 512GB: £1,099 
  • Galaxy S10 Plus, 1TB: £1,399 

Fate of the S10’s headphone jack?

Before you push off the earphone jack as guaranteed, observe. Samsung’s Galaxy A8S doesn’t have one. However, it has a screen that is expected to come to the Galaxy S10. In October, Korean outlet ET News revealed that Samsung could exclude the earphone jack in the Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy S11.

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For the time being, however, the earphone jack is not confirmed to have been removed. A case that has been connected to the Galaxy S10 has an opening for a standard 3.5mm earphone jack. That is reason enough for the leaker Ice Universe to tweet a short video of the unmistakable plastic case. Obviously, without knowing anything about the case producer or how this organization got the information, there’s no real way to autonomously confirm the exactness of this design. Notice also the wide level window on the back where multiple cameras could go.

The fate of the Fingerprint sensor!?

Qualcomm declared that its Snapdragon 855 chipset will bolster an ultrasonic, in-screen fingerprint reader that confirms your identity utilizing sound waves. Samsung was at the show as an accomplice talking about 5G cellphones. While the world’s biggest phone producer didn’t speak a word about in-screen readers, there’s little uncertainty now this is the solution Samsung’s been sitting tight for.


In-screen fingerprint sensors are increasing as an unquestionable requirement to have as a feature in the top of the line phones. The OnePlus 6T beat Samsung to end up the first US carrier phone to have one. In any case, bits of rumors regarding the Galaxy S9 have pegged the feature for a Galaxy.

Ultrasonic unique fingerprint sensors guarantee to precisely and safely read your print through water and dirt. We’ve seen this innovation being worked on for quite a long time.

Total number of cameras for the Galaxy S10 Plus?

Fours cameras will be present on the back of the Galaxy S10, as indicated by one report, and two will sit in front, at the very least, in the bigger Plus model. The “standard” Galaxy S10 is recommended to have the single front-facing lens.

Samsung’s prototype for its 5G phone. Could this be a model for the Galaxy S10?Jessica Dolcourt/CNET

Various back cameras can offer more zooming functionalities, all the more fine detail (particularly in the event that one camera is monochrome), and depth mapping for portrait mode (the “bokeh impact”) and AR.

And the rumor is additionally reinforced by the presence of the Galaxy A9, a phone with four back cameras that Samsung declared in October for Asian markets.

Samsung could be utilizing the A9 as a testing ground for the design and software, before actualizing refinements in the mighty Galaxy S10. However, Twitter leaker Evan Blass has recommended, be that as it may, there will be three back cameras on the Galaxy S10, not four.

Galaxy S10 bringing the portrait mode to video?

Qualcomm put the support for picture mode videos into the Snapdragon 855 chip for cell phones of 2019 and the past, however, there is no absolute certainty that Samsung will take advantage of this technology.

In the event that it does, you may apply a depth-sensing bokeh effect to whatever you like in video just as you do in photographs. Qualcomm said that you’d have the ability to swap out the blurred backgrounds in these 4K films for different scenes from a library of choices.

Samsung showing 3 notch designs at the developer conference in November: a V-notch, U-notch and O-notch. Also shown: no notch.

Selfie camera’s Infinity-O punch-hole ‘notch’

Samsung told the world it has been working on and successfully come up with three new notch designs for their future phones, though the company has not committed to the Infinity-V, Infinity-U or Infinity-O designs for its Galaxy S10.

Now, we’d be stunned in the event that we saw something besides the Infinity-O display, which has an opening punched out of one corner for at the very least one camera lens. Samsung has made the plan official in the recently declared Galaxy A8S, a phone for China, yet almost certainly, Samsung would release the same design on a less imperative phone in the event that issues come up that the designers could address, as opposed to going out on a limb on its most vital phone of the year.

Renders demonstrate the selfie camera’s “hole punch” on either side, yet recent gossipy rumors demand it’ll be on the right if you take a look at the phone’s front. Blass proposes that the Infinity-O will probably come to the Galaxy S10.

Huawei declared something comparable with its Honor View 20 phone, yet rather than a hole cut from the screen, the Honor View 20 fits the camera underneath a transparent bit of the display. The jury’s still out on whether this setup influences photographs.

Galaxy S10 removing the iris scanner and finally get 3D Face ID

At the point when the Galaxy S9 first arrived, we were somewhat disappointed that it didn’t utilize secure 3D depth mapping technology to open the lock screen of the phone like the iPhone’s Face ID. 2017’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip inside the S9 supports mapping with 50,000 infrared dots, as compared with Apple’s 30,000 infrared dots. Rather, the Galaxy S9 held Samsung’s secured iris unlocking and insecure face unlock, the latter a staple on Android cellphones.

Presently may be the ideal opportunity for Samsung to venture up its face-unlocking game. Rumors suggest that both the Galaxy S10 losing the iris scanner as well as gaining a rival to Face ID. Qualcomm’s freshest chip supports another sort of face-mapping technology that is likewise sufficiently secure for mobile payments, called Sense ID 3D Face Authentication. Maybe it’s this sensor that could drive Samsung’s take on Face ID.

It also may be noteworthy that unlocking the cellphone securely with a face scan, a depth-mapping selfie cam will definitely enable improved AR apps and effects, such as the AR Emoji.

Galaxy S10 to run Samsung’s One UI interface on top of Android 9

Samsung affirmed that every future cellphone, even including the foldable phone, will utilize the upgraded One UI interface that Samsung divulged at its November Developer Conference. The One UI interface design cleans up the current Samsung Experience and attempts to aggregate icons for less demanding single hand use. It is going to work with Android Pie, the 9thth variant of Google’s mobile software, yet not with old versions of Android.

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