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Samsung Galaxy S10 Details Leaked – Infinity Display, Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner & More

Fans all over the world are eagerly waiting for the next flagship device of Samsung, given that Samsung is yet to release a device equipped with the popular notch and in-fingerprint scanner features. Amidst all the wait, new details have been leaked about Samsung’s upcoming flagship by a popular leaker.

Evan Blass, a popular leaker with a great track record, tweeted some details about Samsung’s upcoming flagship earlier today. Firstly he mentions about a “Punch hole” style selfie cam cutout, which sounds more like  Samsung’s Infinity-O Display, according to him. This isn’t surprising given the fact that Samsung recently announced its range of Infinity Displays, including the Infinity-U, Infinity-V, Infinity-O and the New Infinity. The Infinity-O is technically not what one will call a notch, but it’s rather a cutout at the top left corner of the display for the front camera, and doesn’t extend from the edge of the glass, unlike a notch.

Blass further reveals that the device will feature three cameras, a telephoto one, a wide angle one and a standard one, and an Ultrasonic, in-display fingerprint scanner. Since there is no mention about the model, it is pretty obvious that these features will be present in the higher end model of the device, and the basic models will be devoid of some of these features.

Finally he reveals that the device will be running One UI on top of Android Pie. One UI was recently revealed by Samsung at Samsung Developers Conference in San Francisco. The latest UI incorporates a unique layout which makes using larger and especially longer ones, pretty easy. It is designed in such a way that the top half consists of all the viewable stuff on the upper half of the screen, and the interactive controls in the bottom half. It also features, a system-wide night mode and a number of large interactive icons so that users are able to “see more with every tap“.

While most of the stuff sounds pretty consistent, and this is all coming from a pretty trustworthy leaker, all of this should still be taken with a grain of salt given the fact that it’s still a leak nonetheless.

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