In February, Samsung is expected to reveal multiple versions of the Galaxy S10 as well as the company's often-rumoured foldable smartphone. Also, Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite were rumoured to pack in 3,500mAh and 3,100mAh batteries, respectively. That's a different approach to the one taken by Samsung with its folding Galaxy X, where the screen is on the inside, like the pages of a book, and it matches with the renders of the Huawei phone we posted earlier. As a result, the hole in the screen is bigger on the Galaxy S10+, and it remains to be seen how intrusive it'll be in everyday usage. The company tweeted that the event will see the launch of "the world's first 5G foldable device".
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Huawei just teased the launch of its upcoming foldable phone smartphone. Evidently, the screen protector will cover the phone's side edges, and it could come pre-installed. Reports indicate that the two high-end S10 devices will use an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner in-screen and the low-end device will use an in-screen optical scanner.
While the S9/S9+ and Note 9 were well-received smartphones, both devices were also very similar to their respective predecessors. Moreover, the Galaxy S10 series is said to feature Qualcomm's second-generation ultrasonic fingerprint scanner.
Meanwhile, on the back of the device, the S10+ looks to feature three rear cameras, which are allegedly comprised of a main camera, a telephoto camera and a third wide-angle cam.