Samsung Galaxy S10 to Come in Two Display Sizes With No Iris Scanning

Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus flagship phones at the beginning of 2019. latest information coming from South Korea just revealed that Samsung Galaxy S10 may ditch an iris scanner.

Korean industry insiders have reported that Samsung Galaxy S10 might not come with iris scanning.  They have also planned to bring this technology in Note 9 which is releasing this summers, but they failed to bring in Note 9 and dropped the idea. After that Samsung claimed that iris scanning technology will come in their another flagship device Galaxy S10, but Samsung is again going to ditch us. TOO BAD!

The Bell has also reported that Samsung has not ordered a sample iris scanner for the Galaxy S10.

Samsung Galaxy S10 to Ditch No Iris Scanning

However, the insiders have confirmed that the display suppliers have been tasked with making two screen sizes for the Galaxy S10  which are 5.8″ and  6.3″ panels. It means that Samsung is going to continue with the current scheme of the S9 and S9+, but may shrink the bezels to increase the screen-to-body ratio compared to the S9.

Still there are six months left for the presentation of Galaxy S10, so we will keep listening to new leaks and information till its launch.

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