The benchmark was on a Samsung SM-G450F device running Android 9. A recent leak revealed that Samsung's Galaxy S10 series may contain four different configurations, each with upgraded specifications, so it is unclear whether the same screen will be used in the entire lineup with a 19:9 aspect ratio.
The top Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to be equipped with no less than five different cameras, three of which will be placed on the back and two on the front. However, one of the most interesting upgrades involves a fingerprint sensor, which should be embedded on the screen of a Samsung model for the first time. However, the latest leaks indicate that Samsung may not be able to complete the integrated fingerprint sensor at the bottom of the screen on the S10 in time. Instead, the company may decide to move the fingerprint sensor to the side of the fuselage.
Samsung will hold the Galaxy S10 conference in late January or early February.
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