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Update, October 26, 2018 (5:00PM ET): A new report alleged that Samsung will release three Galaxy S10 models, with a 5G-capable version possibly headed to Verizon!

The Samsung Galaxy S10 has been imagined in a new render that shows off the rumoured in-display camera.

Recently Samsung also filed a trademark with the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) on 26th of October for the Samsung Infinity-V, which could be a trademark that will be used with its upcoming smartphones. By skipping the Iris scanner, Samsung is showing a lot of confidence in their implementation of the new fingerprint scanning standard.

Several rumors note that the smartphone will offer top-of-the-line features among which we can count a display with no bezels, Qualcomm's impressive in-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, a triple camera system on the back and the speedy 5G standard.

Bloomberg says the jack-less Galaxy S10 is now at the testing phase and it does indicate a change in Samsung's strategy that it may follow Apple in going completely wireless with its devices.

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The reporters at ETNews suggest the under-dispaly fingerprint scanner will be finally introduced to Samsung smartphones with the Galaxy S10 trio. We're also going to see some nifty new solutions in 2019 that do away with the notch, finally putting an end to the debate over whether or not it's a good design.

This phone has been tested many times by Samsung in the United States and it will be soon available in the market as well.

This latest revelation provides a very strong indication that Samsung's flagship device will be the first major smartphone to come without any kind of bezel around its screen, with its face buttons hidden underneath. Samsung is about to launch its phone, Galaxy X which have great features as well as specifications. The new Nubia X isn't a phone you'll ever see on the streets in the USA, but I'm sort of obsessed with it. Why?

Some other reports also circulated on the internet which indicated that Samsung might follow Xiaomi's strategy of designing the all-screen display by launching a slider phone.

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