Samsung Galaxy S10 Most Desired Features has been Confirmed in a New Patent

As one would expect, as the brands are showcasing their latest 2018 smartphones, news about the next top-tier maker of the South Korean manufacturer – Samsung Galaxy S10 – begin to arrive more often.

Although we are several months from its possible date of presentation, there have been many leaks of information and rumors about the smartphone that will mark the 10 years of existence of the Galaxy S line.

Among its photographic capabilities, design and new hardware specifications, one of the most talked about features is undoubtedly the implementation of the biometric sensor on your screen.

With the vast majority of manufacturers applying this new technology on smartphones released this year, again it seems that the manufacturer will arrive “late to the party”. However, according to the various information that circulated. It should present the most advanced fingerprint reader today.

One of the reasons mentioned by the manufacturer for not having implemented this technology in Galaxy Note 9. It was because they are still not satisfied with the type of performance obtained. So they decided to wait until more advanced technologies were available.

Samsung Galaxy S10

Thanks to its partnership with Qualcomm, the South Korean manufacturer will integrate into Galaxy S10 the most advanced fingerprint recognition module. This ultrasonic biometric sensor is said to offer above-average speed and reliability.

Now, thanks to a new image of one of Samsung’s patents, the presence of this sensor was once again confirmed. We can see that in theory, the module will be applied in the same way and in the same position as the other manufacturers. Being that the great differences would already be expected only in its performance.

So far it is not yet known when the Samsung Galaxy S10 will be introduced. There are 3 possibilities, but it seems that a presentation during MWC 2019 is the most likely option.


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