Samsung Galaxy S10 revealed in the most credible of the leaks

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We're coming across new leaks and reports surrounding the specifications and design of the smartphone.

The next rumored feature is an in-display fingerprint sensor. However, Samsung is not a newcomer in boasting three cameras on a device, as the recently released A7 2018 came out with such a feature.

We probably won't see it in action until we get our first look at the Galaxy S10 lineup of smartphones.

A Germany based Samsung customer case support, as reported by AllAboutSamsung, has revealed that the open beta update of the One UI based on Android 9 Pie will release for eligible Samsung phones starting November 15, that's on Thursday.

The South Korean electronics giant is following the AI trend set out by competitors like Apple and Huawei.

It is the most recent Exynos processor that usually powers Samsung's flagships.

According to Samsung, single-core performance is 20% improved than the previous generation Exynos chipset. So, we have an Infinity-O screen (showing a hole for the front camera), Infinity-U (boasting a U-like shape instead of a notch), Infinity-V (presenting a V-like notch), and New Infinity which is a panel with virtually no bezels. Industry analysts remain divided on why the world's largest phone maker was unable to repeat some of its past successes with its main flagship lineup, though most agree that the lack of meaningful year-on-year innovations played a part in the lukewarm response the two handsets received. Samsung has been rumored to be planning to include one in a Galaxy phone since the S8, and it may finally be ready to with the Galaxy S10. As Samsung has the largest share of the handset market on the planet, it's also prone to being the first company to be affected by any kind of negative trends in the industry. It is possible that this SoC will also power the upcoming foldable smartphone from the company. The latter is a redesigned mobile OS that introduces a new design language for Samsung handsets.