Galaxy S10 shipments to be 20 million in H1

Samsung Galaxy S10 Face Recognition Can Easily Be Bypassed

Samsung to Launch a Killer Smartphone Cheaper than the Galaxy S10

Now, Samsung managed to ship out 19.2 million Galaxy S9 series devices in the first half of a year ago, and 35 million in whole 2018.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 series is off to a flying start. Well there's no space for the required sensors to carry this out in the Galaxy S10's design, with the front camera (s) embedded into the screen, rather than in a notch.

Samsung's Galaxy S10 smartphones feature a redesigned bezel-less display with a cutout for the front-facing camera, although this new layout reportedly comes at the expense of facial recognition security.

After Samsung released the Galaxy S10 Android 9 kernel on its open source center, developer Mishaal Rehman got around digging. The standard handset is rumored to come with four rear cameras, so could the 5G phone add an extra lens, which is what Samsung did with the S10 5G?

Samsung Galaxy S10 Face Recognition Can Easily Be Bypassed

After the launch of the Galaxy S10 lineup, Samsung can take it easy for a while.

To put those numbers into perspective, Samsung sold 19.2 million Galaxy S9 series phones in the first half of 2018, and around 35 million for the entire year. However, while information for the gadget is scarce, there's no harm in making some well thought out conjectures. What they've found is a reference to the Galaxy Note 10's codename (which is Davinci, according to Ice_Universe) in the code's defconfig file.

SK Telecom said it will support 2.6 Gbps data transmission speed in the initial stage and upgrade the speed up to 2.7 Gbps within the first half of the year.

Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. Amidst the hype revolving around the S10s, a fresh report is taking round with the Galaxy Note 10 as the protagonist and its possibility of having a 5G version. We'll keep you updated on the latest.

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