After the grand launch of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ at the MWC 2018, held in Barcelona in February and its subsequent availability in India last month, Samsung, the South Korean conglomerate has reportedly started working on its next flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10+.
As per the latest reports, the design of the upcoming flagship has been finalized and it is expected to come with the same Infinity Display that was first introduced on the Samsung Galaxy S8. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is also reported to come with a 5.8-inch display panel while the Galaxy S10+ will feature a larger 6.3-inch display.
According to a news published by Korean media house The Bell, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to feature 0.03-inch larger display, while the Galaxy S10+ will come with a 0.08-inch larger display than the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ respectively. The display panel production is said to commence from November 2018, which is just over 6 months from now and Samsung may also introduce a foldable form factor on the upcoming flagship device.
Additionally, Samsung may also equip the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+ with Under-Display fingerprint sensors. As per reports, the latest fingerprint technology is being developed by Qualcomm and Synaptics in the US on behalf of Samsung. The upcoming device may also come with 3D sensing features on the front, rear or both the camera sensors. The 3D sensing feature is reportedly being developed by Israeli company Mantis Vision and Korean camera module maker Woodgate in association with Samsung Electronics.
At the recently concluded Mobile World Congress, Samsung mobile chief DJ Koh hinted that the company may bring changes to the current naming scheme of the flagship devices. However, the Galaxy name is likely to be retained by the company if current rumors are to be believed.