Samsung Galaxy S10 In-Display Fingerprint sensor confirmed in a new hands-on Video


Samsung Galaxy S10 is ready to be launched next month. Everything related to the phone is out on the web in terms of leaks. As there are lots of leaks available on the web which tells about specs and other features. Today, again a hands-on video came out which shows the in-display fingerprint sensor. Although the in-display fingerprint sensor is also expected in Galaxy S9 last year. But now it is confirmed in a video that Samsung S10 is having in-display feature.

As you see in the photo when the screen is OFF you will the round shape on the display. Although it does not feel when you turn ON the display. It looks a little ugly when you apply screen guards or tempered glasses.

Samsung is expected to launch Galaxy S10 along with Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e. Samsung has officially announced that tier unpacked event will be held on 20th Feb 2019 where there flagship globally. According to the previous leaks Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e will pack 6.1inch, 6.3inch and  5.8inch QHD+ screen respectively. The display is packed with a punch-hole cutout for the front camera. The phones are backed up by the 3,400mAh, 4,100mAh and 3,100mAh batteries respectively. The phones are packed with Snapdragon 855 Soc.

Coming to the storage and pricing section. Galaxy S10 will came in 128 GB, 512 GB storage options which will cost you £799, £999 respectively. Galaxy S10 Plus will come with 128GB and 512GB storage options it will cost you £899 and £1,099 respectively. However, there will be one more variant which will pack with 1TB of internal storage and costs you £1,399.

We think we will get some more leaks in the coming days about Samsung S10 and S10+. So stay tuned.

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