Galaxy S10 might get an in-house under display fingerprint reader

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 rumoured to look alike Note 8

While the Galaxy S10 leak is certainly disappointing for those looking forward to upgrading to the Galaxy Note 9, it's also nice as a confirmation that the in-display fingerprint sensor will eventually be making an appearance. Apart from the model numbers, the listing on the certification website also reveals the charging capabilities of the two smartphones. The listing has revealed most of the specifications of these smartphones. It will be powered by an octa-core 1.6GHz Exynos 7870 processor with Android Oreo operating system.

The passed certification hints that Galaxy A8 Star/ S8 Lite will be launched in China and only a few weeks away from the official launch.

The Galaxy J6 runs on Android 8.0 Oreo with Samsung's custom UI on top. Earlier this year, Samsung Galaxy J6 listing on benchmarking site Geekbench gave out detailed specifications of the phone. There is not much information on the two phones yet. It could be, though, that Samsung has been waiting for the S10 to unveil new features that will make the device feel a little more revolutionary. The phone is expected to see some major overhauls over its predecessor like it is going to have the biggest screen of all Samsung phones. The feature essentially creates a 3D model of your fingerprint that allows for far more accuracy and security compared to a 2D sensor. Only this time the sensor will be placed below the camera module unlike Note 8 that had its scanner put beside the camera module. However, Galaxy J series phones differ in terms of screen-size and internal hardware. The Galaxy S10 leak and its news of a delayed scanner is just another instance in which Samsung seems to be struggling to keep up with the competition.

It is said to be powered by a quad-core Exynos 7570 SoC paired with 2GB/3GB RAM.

Depending on the region of sale, it will be made available in different RAM+storage configurations.



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