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The Galaxy S10 won't be the first Samsung phone to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor

The Galaxy S10 won't be the first Samsung phone to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor

Samsung unveiled its first foldable smartphone back in early November, during its yearly developer conference, but didn't tell us what it would be called. That's not all, this unique device is also expected to feature the reverse wireless charging option, that lets you charge other devices, something we first saw with Huawei's Mate 20 Pro in 2018. However it might not be the ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor (expected to feature on Samsung Galaxy S10).

It's important to note that it's possible the Samsung Galaxy A50 will never release in Canada. The smartphone is rumoured to come with a 6-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display and an in-display fingerprint sensor, unlike the previously launched A series phones that include rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The report also affirms that the A50 will be powered by Samsung's Exynos 7 9610 chipset with four Cortex-A73 cores and four A53s. While the image doesn't come from Samsung, it still gives us an idea of what we should expect from the phone's design.

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The A50 will reportedly hit the market in two variants - 64 GB storage and 128 GB storage - and likely run on Android 9 Pie.

Reports have suggested that Samsung is gearing up to launch its new Galaxy M series with three anticipated smartphones - Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and the Galaxy M30 - in January 2019. Now, considering these are only screen protectors, we can not know for sure that displays will be curved, but their screen protectors sure will, a little bit, so both devices will probably sport slightly curved display sides as well. Samsung left plenty of details out of the event, focusing on the new Infinity Flex screen technology, as well as the One UI user interface that will power the handset.

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