Samsung Galaxy S10 to adopt two different fingerprint sensor approaches
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Rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S10 have been rife over the past month or so, which is pretty amusing considering the fact that the Note 9 hasn’t even been announced. By all indications, Samsung has three Galaxy S10 models in the works—the S10 Lite, S10, and S10 Plus.
The S10 and S10+ are expected to feature in-display fingerprint readers. This technology has been touted to be seen on Samsung flagships for the better part of two years now, but it’s looking increasingly likely that we’ll get it for the first time on the S10 phones. The S10 Lite, however, is expected to go with a regular fingerprint sensor.
Meanwhile, the S10 lite is expected to sport a non-curved display, with the S10 and S10+ continuing the curved tradition. The S10+ is said to feature three rear cameras and a dual selfie setup, the S10 is expected to sport three rear cameras and a single selfie shooter, while the S10 lite will likely feature two rear cameras and a single selfie shooter.