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Iris Scanner to miss the Galaxy S10

02 November 2018
Iris Scanner to miss the Galaxy S10

South Korean tech giant Samsung is expected to announce its flagship Galaxy S10 series in early months of next year.

Samsung is working hard on its Galaxy S10 flagship as the device is said to bring the best that current technology has to offer in order to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Galaxy line.

It's thought Samsung wants to stretch the screen on its phone out even further, and keeping an iris scanner would block the company from making an improved screen-to-body ratio. By skipping the Iris scanner, Samsung is showing a lot of confidence in their implementation of the new fingerprint scanning standard.

The South Korea-based company is in talks with Verizon Communications to launch its Galaxy S10 in the U.S. with a fifth-generation wireless chipset, said the people, asking not to be identified because products are still under development.

If properly followed the leak information, we will soon see Samsung Galaxy F in January 2019 and the design, screen and device parameters will soon be fully disclosed. Instead, the S10 will rely much more on the expected ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor.

This phone has been tested many times by Samsung in the USA and it will be soon available in the market as well.

Samsung spends a ton of money on R&D, and this tweet shows how ahead they usually are of the competition. This thing was already planned for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 but seeing it for Samsung Galaxy S10 also will result in controversy.

[Source: Samsung]Samsung has been one few smartphone makers nowadays to retain the headphone jack and this strategy is loved by users. U.S. pricing hasn't yet been confirmed, but this phone sells for about $90 in other markets. The removal of the Iris Scanner will help Samsung push the display to the extreme edges, with the front camera being the only item that will retain its position within a hole in the display.