Samsung is working hard on its Galaxy S10 flagship as the device is said to bring the best that current technology has to offer in order to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Galaxy line. Also, the main reports from Samsung about this smartphone was that it will be available in huge stock and will also be available everywhere. As is common with many phones before launch, leaks of the features and specifications of the device are already getting out. We're also going to see some nifty new solutions in 2019 that do away with the notch, finally putting an end to the debate over whether or not it's a good design. However, with the iris scanner gone, Samsung will only rely on the ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor on the S10 for verification purposes. Meanwhile the rumoured third Galaxy S10 is supposed to have a the lesser optical-based fingerprint scanner, or some sort of physical key. The Galaxy S10 won't have one. What this new UI will be called is not known at the moment; however, it has been tipped to us that the phone is now being tested with firmware version F900USQU0ARJ5 in the United States.
Indian couple fall to death while taking selfie
The irony of that statement, and of what happened to Moorthy and her husband, is not lost on me, and it shouldn't be lost on you. Sean Matteson said Moorthy stood out from the crowd enjoying sunset at the overlook because her hair was dyed bright pink.
The tech giant's first foldable smartphone will have two display panels, a 7.29-inch main display and a 4.58-inch sub-display, according to local news outlet The Bell on November 2. There are plenty of rumors about a folding phone being shown off, but some overlap between the Galaxy F and Galaxy X codenames make it hard to pinpoint exactly what to expect. The highlight of the phone is that it is the first to feature four cameras on the rear panel. The new Nubia X isn't a phone you'll ever see on the streets in the U.S., but I'm sort of obsessed with it. Why?