And the in-display fingerprint is out of the equation too.
The renders show a phone with a flat display, no curved edges (unlike past S9 and S8 generations) as well as a cut-out hole for the front-facing camera.
The cheapest version will cost 749 Euros and will come with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, with several colors to be offered, including Canary Yellow, Prism Black, Green, and White. That's where the power button acting as a fingerprint reader is.
Senate defies Trump plan to withdraw troops in Syria, Afghanistan
The Republican-led Senate voted 68-23 in favor of the amendment introduced by Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell . Trump's Twitter-based foreign policy claims that the fight against worldwide terrorism has been largely wrapped up.
Ariana Grande teams with 2 Chainz for "7 rings" remix
I wouldn't have lasted one more symbol lmao (laughing my a- off). She continued, "also....huge fan of tiny bbq grills ". One day later, her opinion seems to have changed.
Winter Storm then brutally cold
The winds will be whipping WSW 10-25 miles per hour keeping wind chills -20°F to -35°F or colder especially in the morning. The latest model data still has most of the region seeing snow, but has taken away a good amount of the snow totals.
What's unclear at the moment is whether the device in the video above is that foldable phone, or nothing more than a futuristic concept mocked up for a fancy teaser. Not only do we have crystal clear images of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus but we also have full range specs. The good news this year is that this is at least the current version of Android. It's called One UI, and it aims to simplify Samsung's notoriously feature-packed software while also making everything more visually appealing.
The battery in this device is quoted at 3100mAh. Both the devices come in a regular black finish, as well as a new Prism White colourway and a green colourway.
The Galaxy S10+ will spawn three variants.
In regards to the Galaxy S10, the image render clearly seems to match an earlier image poster by serial leakster Evan Blass (@evleaks). You will find one changelog for both devices as both are basically getting the same software, but the build numbers are different, of course. That'll be soon, and we'll be there with bells on!