Samsung Galaxy S10 is ditching the iris scanner for this technology

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He even seems a little skeptical about this one, though, which might just mean that this is a really good Photoshop job instead of anything actually planned by Samsung.

Also, previously, the company Royole Corporation has overtaken all competitors and introduced the world's first commercial device with flexible screen for Android called FlexPai. Earlier it was thought that Samsung will compose some techniques to boast a similar feature to its forthcoming Galaxy S10. Thanks to SamMobile, who spotted a particular listing in the app, it's believed that Samsung is to launch an Android Pie Beta Program this week, likely for owners of newer Galaxy devices.

As per the latest report by Gadget 360, Samsung is going to integrate Qualcomm's third-generation ultrasonic under-display fingerprint sensor for the system.

In June this year, Samsung unveiled the 7nm EUV technology for manufacturing the smartphone chipsets. "It is simply not about introducing a flexible or foldable display but about the goal of having such a feature".

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"Compared to optical fingerprint sensors, the S10 ultrasonic fingerprint sensor is faster and has a larger recognition area, and 30% of the screens may be recognized", Ice Universe wrote in a tweet.

According to Sammobile, Samsung had revealed a new integrated sensor technology during the Samsung OLED Forum in China.

The Galaxy S10 is expected to launch sometime in the first quarter of 2019. The render at the top of this post gives us an idea of what the new design might look like. Users will get new clock styles for the lock screen and one can also adjust the transparency of the notifications.

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