Samsung reportedly did not request that its suppliers add iris scanners with the new device, reports The Verge. The company's next-generation Galaxy S10 flagship smartphone series is expected to debut at CES 2019 in early January next year, and it's shaping up to be Samsung's most exciting smartphone series in years. The new renders emerge days after the design of the Galaxy Tab S4 got leaked online. The new stylus looks sleeker and appears to have a glossy finish instead of the matte finish of last year's model.
The phone will also reportedly have a 5.8 inch display and the Galaxy S10 Plus will have a 6.2 inch display. In fact, the design might be the only significant detail that hasn't leaked at this point. The Note 8 already has non-existant side bezels and super-thin "forehead and chin".
There's no word what configuration the two selfie cameras but it is expected to be similar to the Galaxy A8 (2018) with a 16MP + 8MP setup aimed at Live Focus (portrait mode) selfies.
Unfortunately, we only have the front to look at this time around, as there isn't a separate render for the back of the phone.
It also reported that Qualcomm will supply the optical fingerprint sensors to Samsung and that the Galaxy S10+ will have a triple-lens camera system. Is it going to be side-mounted or will there be a fingerprint reader at all?