The Samsung Galaxy S9 was officially unveiled at the past Mobile World Congress. The new devices of the South Korean company are not much different from their predecessors, but not the Samsung Galaxy S10.
New rumors coming from The Bell website, which has proved to be true dozens of times in the past, guarantee that Samsung has already decided which design and specifications will embark on the top of the 2019 range.
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It is hoped that with the release of the Galaxy Note 9 we get a glimpse of what the future Galaxy S10 will be like. Even so, The Bell guarantees that design developments will be considerable.
Many brand lovers were saddened by the enhancements to the Samsung Galaxy S9. The flagship of the Asian company is undoubtedly one of the best smartphones in the market. However, with few aesthetic changes compared to its predecessor.
Samsung Galaxy S10 will have more than small changes compared to the Galaxy S9
If we don't look at the "Plus" model, the big difference in design is just the modification of the biometric sensor location. I remember that the location of the fingerprint reader was heavily criticized in the S8.
The Bell notes that the next Samsung Galaxy S10 will have 5.77 "and 6.22" inches with reduced margins and the same ideology of 18.5: 9. It is also said that we will count on it with reduced margins on the front.
Changes may happen at the rear in a more obvious way. The possible use of the on-screen biometric sensor will give Samsung the possibility to redesign the future S10.
It's still early to get a clear idea of what the next smartphones will look like, however, The Bell guarantees we can rest assured that this handset will be far more irreverent than the difference between the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the S8.
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