L As any high-end smartphe maker would, there is no doubt that Samsung had high hopes and expectatis for its latest Galaxy S9 and S9 + flagships. And although Samsung would have also had much bolder design plans for its ninth generati Galaxy devices in anticipati of their February 2018 unveiling, unfortunately, it seems that the firm has finally decided to update its more marginal versi. Galaxy S8 and S8 + same design as last year
This clearly intermittent performance boost partly explains why the Galaxy S9 and S9 + did not work so well the sales circuit – in especially in the country of origin of Samsung of South Korea – although the company has managed to sell a few milli units, even still.
Now, as demand for the Galaxy S9 and S9 + starts to diminish, Samsung seems to be aiming for a much bolder and more ambitious hardware overhaul for its upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphe, which is scheduled in the first or secd quarter of 2019
According to the historically reliable Korean publicati, The Bell  659005] Samsung has not ly christened its next flagship Galaxy S10 "Beyd" internally – signaling that the device will "go to" "Current technological standards – but the paper, shared two key details the flagship that can see
√ Fingerprint sensor embedded in the glass
The first article Samsung Galaxy S10 explains that the phe will be shipped using an iterati of a built-in fingerprint sensor to the glass.
are currently other devices the market (such as the Vivo V20), which uses Qualcomm's built-in fingerprint scanner, it should be noted that Samsung with its S10 would be amg the first OEMs of large-scale smartphes to make commercially available technology for
Interesting, The Bell noted that it is uncertain whether the digital fingerprint technology embedded in the glass will debut exclusively the S10, or if it will first be integrated into the Galaxy Note 9 that will be released later this summer. But, anyway, we can be almost guaranteed to see the sensor Galaxy S10.
√ 3D Imaging Sensor
Another potential, albeit uncfirmed, feature for the Galaxy S10 is an actual ] 3D camera sensor capable of competing with the camera TrueDepth of Apple the iPhone X.
While Samsung took the initiative of "3D Imaging" by presenting its AR Emoji functi the Galaxy S9 and S9 +, unfortunately in comparis to Apple's Animoji feature the iPhone X. And that's at least in part because Samsung used essentially the same frt camera technology the Galaxy S9 as the S8 while using decent software enhancements instead of any significant hardware upgrade.
Although The Bell admitted that Samsung's 3D imaging compent is a joker, apparently Samsung has been working with Mantis Visi in its going efforts to finalize the 3D Software – although the Galaxy maker still has trouble finding hardware compents to assemble the entire package.