Few preliminary Galaxy S10 details:
– “Punch hole” style selfie cam cutout (sounds like Infinity-O display).
– Ultrasonic, in-display FPS
– Three rear cameras (standard/wide/tele)
– One UI over Android Pie
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) November 13, 2018
As for the fingerprint sensor in the new phone, it is quite possible that the phone comes with a fingerprint sensor built into the front screen, and we think it will be better than the rectangular fingerprint sensor that Samsung is always using in the backend.
While the phone will come in its rear fender with 3 lenses for the camera, the first will be a wide lens, another rounded, and third to capture the depth of the image.
For the operating system, all the famous blogger said that the phone will definitely work with the Android system from the ninth version (Pie 9.0) with a new interface and a smaller and more compatible with the new system.
The new phone, of course, may come with the latest Samsung Exynos chipset, which will be announced shortly before the phone is released, and will most likely support the cornea scanner.
Talking about the new interface we will see with the Samsung Galaxy S10, the South Korean giant has already set up its developer conference on November 7 to announce the latest developments of its Samsung Galaxy X or Galaxy F, in addition to announcing the new user interface that may be the interface for its folding devices and the Galaxy S10, and for its part, Google announced the US support for the Samsung project and will create a new operating system for folding phones.
Samsung has announced the name of the new UI UI, which will carry the same color as the phone that comes with it, we do not know how it will be specifically, and it plans to try the new interface first with its current phones Samsung Galaxy Note9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 early next year, Before advertising for S series phones or folding phones.
As for the features of the new interface, Samsung has not announced much, but we will tell you everything we know about it so far.
Facilitate access to screen contents:
Samsung is planning to split the screen into two parts, with the upper region specifically focused on displaying the entire content of the applications, while the lower region has all the options and controls to interact with. Close to palm and easy to reach.
Add new shortcuts:
As we see now in the Apple and Xiaomi phones, for example, the shortcuts for the main menu and the back and the multiple applications are nested in their operating interfaces instead of having these buttons at the bottom of the screen. For Samsung, they will combine these shortcuts with easy access to the list Notifications and settings, so that they can be pulled down from the middle of the screen, rather than pulled from the top of the screen, which has become difficult after the size of the modern screens.
Consistency of interface colors with phone colors:
If your phone is black, blue, or red, the new interface will adapt to the color of your phone so easily that it comes with the same color as your phone.