So whether we're hearing about an even more advanced camera, jaw-dropping good looks, or - in Samsung's most potentially radical move - an increased battery capacity, we've gathered all the rumors, leaks, and news into one place so you can quickly find out everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S10. Despite the company seemingly confirmed it would be released before the year's end, rumours now claim it won't arrive until early 2019. To that effect, Galaxy S10 could get to the market as early as January.
If you think that sounds a bit odd, you wouldn't be wrong. Samsung wouldn't want one handset stealing the spotlight from the other so it would make sense to launch the Galaxy S10 and the foldable smartphone a month apart.
Some Galaxy S9 phones will come with a few surprise apps.
The Infinity Display design, first seen in the Galaxy S8, is set to return again in the S10, though it's possible that Samsung will have shrunk the bezels down again.
While this has been subject to debate, latest patent filing from Samsung shows how an in-display fingerprint scanner will work.
There's also a possibility that Samsung might add a 3D camera to the Galaxy S10 which will allow for improved facial recognition and tracking enhancing the functionality of AR Emoji but it is not now known if the Samsung Galaxy will feature 3D sensing technology on the front. The Galaxy S9 was code-named "Star", while the S10 will bear the codename "Beyond", according to South Korea-based newspaper The Bell. And by dessert, we mean the the foldable Samsung Galaxy X (or whatever moniker the company chooses). As per reports, Samsung is planning to launch a 3D face scanning feature in S10 which will be highly secure and can be compared to the Face ID introduced in Apple iPhone X. Samsung is collaborating with Mantis Vision to develop a software that will enable a 3D sensing feature in S10.
Read on for more Galaxy S10 details.