According to a report from last week, it was rumored that the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G could be launching on Verizon next month, or to be more specific, it could be launching on the 16th of May. Now according to the folks at Android Headlines, they have managed to get their hands on a render of the upcoming handset that seemingly confirms the release date.
One of the features of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is the use of an in-display fingerprint sensor. What makes this different from other in-display sensors is that Samsung is said to have used Qualcomm’s fingerprint sensor which relies on ultrasonic technology. This is said to be more secure compared to regular fingerprint scanning, but maybe it isn’t quite foolproof yet.
At Samsung’s Unpacked event in February, the company announced their lineup of Galaxy S10 smartphones. Included as part of the lineup is the Galaxy S10 5G, which as the name implies is the 5G variant of the phone. Verizon had announced that they would be the first carrier in the US to offer the handset, but stopped short of actually confirming a date.
When Samsung announced their lineup of Galaxy S10 smartphones, one of the models that was announced is the Galaxy S10e which is supposed to be the “budget” model of the Galaxy S10 lineup. As a budget model, we expected that Samsung would “compromise” on certain aspects of the phone, and one of those features is the heart rate sensor.
Recently Samsung had confirmed that later this month, pre-orders for its 5G variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10 would be going up for pre-order. The carrier did not mention how much the handset would cost, although some did express some worry that the inclusion of 5G could drive up the price of the phone.
When you buy a phone, the most important thing is whether or not it can work. This is because while our phones can do a lot these days, at the end of the day, they are still a tool for communications which means that they need to be able to hook into a carrier’s network, access data, make phone calls, and so on.
Samsung is rolling out a new software update today for the Galaxy S10 lineup which includes the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10+. It’s an incremental update which brings the latest security patch for the devices. It also improves the performance of a new feature introduced with the latest flagship series.
As part of a broad ad deal that Samsung has signed with NBCUniversal, tonight’s episode of Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” has been shot entirely on the Galaxy S10+. Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone ups the ante in the camera department with an ultra-wide camera lens. Fallon will be highlighting the fact during this unconventional episode of his show.
Last month when Samsung launched the Galaxy S10, they also announced that there would be a 5G variant of the handset. There was no mention of when the phone will be launched, but according to Yonhap News (via PhoneArena), Samsung has confirmed the phone’s availability for the 5th of April.
Proximity sensors are sensors that we can typically find in our phones these days. For the most part we don’t really given them too much thought, but when they don’t work as intended, it can be annoying which is what some Samsung Galaxy S10 users are discovering. According to the reports, it seems that some users are finding that due to a bug, the proximity sensor on their phones isn’t […]
With the Samsung Galaxy S10, the company has opted to not use a notch in favor of a punch-hole display. Depending on your personal preference, you might like/hate it more than the notch. Samsung has in the past tried to cover it up by including wallpaper that would black out that area.
Carriers in the United States will be launching their mobile 5G networks this year and Verizon has now confirmed the date for its launch. Big Red has confirmed that its mobile 5G network is going to be launched on April 11th. It will also begin to sell the 5G Moto Mod for the Moto Z3 so that users can actually take advantage of 5G speeds.
If you are planning on buying the Samsung Galaxy S10, you may at some point notice that there is a blinking white light on the upper portion of the display. Now before you freak out and think that you got a defective model, think again because this is actually on purpose and is actually linked to the phone’s proximity sensor.
These days at the exorbitant prices that handset makers are asking from us, many of us are holding onto our phones longer than before, where instead of upgrading every year or every other year, we might be keeping them for as long as three years, if not more. This means that not only do we have to take care of our devices, but we have to make sure that they […]