According to the Bell, a South Korean news, Samsung would debut its next S series smartphone called Galaxy S10 in January 2019. Importantly, as a platform, the company said to use the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) to unveil the Galaxy S10.
Regarding of the phone, the report mentioned two key features which would come with Galaxy S10 respectively as a display fingerprint sensor and a secure 3D face scanning feature. However, the report says Samsung is working with Mantis Vision to develop the software that would be needed to enable a 3D face scanning feature for the Galaxy S10.
On the other hand, Samsung also planning to unveil its long designed foldable smartphone called Galaxy X in February at one year from now’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The report indicated that Samsung asked its partners to supply parts of its foldable handset by November this year. Additionally, Samsung recently changed its foldable smartphone’s code name Valley to Winner, which specialists say that it is a sign of an advanced stage to unveil Samsung’s foldable smartphone.
By the way, the next year is still far away to approach. So, still, there are a lot of things to learn about Samsung’s upcoming smartphones and we are looking forward to it.