Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite shows very weak results in Geekbench

Samsung Galaxy S10 First Leaked Photo Revealed

Leak claims Galaxy S10+ will have the same battery as the Galaxy Note 9

As we already know, CES is about TV sets, laptops, computers, and so on, but it is not about iPhone and Galaxy phones, so such devices are not under the focus of the first tech fair of the year.

Based on the video, there is no visible fingerprint sensor which confirms our suspicion that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will come equipped with an in-display fingerprint sensor which uses ultrasonic which uses sound to sense your fingers instead of the traditional optical method.

Leaker Evan Blass posted on Twitter an alleged live photo of the Galaxy S10, with the mysterious codename "Beyond 1".

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As such, pinholes may become the new standard for smartphones moving forward, especially if the Galaxy S10 turns into a successful device for the South Korean manufacturer, potentially prompting other Android device makers to follow suit. Rumours had previously hinted at a much slimmer top bezel so this is a new direction for Samsung. However, thanks to new renders, we can see how Samsung Galaxy S10 would look like, and it would be stunning.

Probably the most interesting fact is that we'll reportedly see the Infinity U display debut on the Galaxy M30 (or maybe the entire line-up). The Galaxy S10 will apparently use reverse wireless charging, allowing you to recharge your other compatible devices from the phone. A second leak now seemingly reveals the battery capacities of all three 4G LTE Galaxy S10 versions, and you might not like the numbers. The official launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to follow previous releases with a date closer to the MWC 2019 in February. Do you like the new hole punch camera design?

Past year was a rough one for Samsung's flagship smartphones.

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