Expectations for the Galaxy S10 are now high among technology enthusiasts, and this model will change the design of Samsung's two-year-old smartphone, an anniversary model. Initially, the Galaxy S9 was the expected model to be delivered with a fingerprint sensor in the display, after which the rumors moved to Galaxy Note9. It seems, however, that only S10 will integrate this component, but it will also come with other biometric authentication news
Korean newspaper The Bell claims that its sources close to Samsung have information from component vendors who claim that Samsung will give up the Iris scanner, which debuted on Galaxy Note7 and was integrated into the S8, Note8 and S9 models in favor of other Authentication capabilities. Low commands for this component suggest that Samsung will adopt a 3D facial recognition technology similar to the one on the iPhone X and newer on the Xiomi Mi 8 Explorer and OPPO Find X that will work in tandem with a fingerprint sensor.
Since fingerprint positioning has been problematic in the past, and the new S9 fingerprint sensor is not even now perfectly positioned, Samsung could call an integrated sensor in the phone display, like Vivo and Huawei smartphones Mate RS Porsche Design. In fact, Samsung could be one of the top two manufacturers to use this technology, with Apple's chances of returning to Touch ID.
The "escaped" images on the internet and the rumors surrounding the Galaxy S10 suggest that the phone will have a full-edge edge-to-edge screen with no edges and no cuts. Where will Samsung integrate the facial recognition system, front camera and speakerphone? It's hard to guess, but other companies have solved these problems by integrating mobile components powered by motors.