Is this the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus?

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Samsung, which is set to launch world's first foldable smartphone early 2019, has partnered with Verizon on its 5G Home offering since the beginning of 2018.

Since the iPhone XS Max screen has been generally regarded better than the Galaxy Note 9, it just makes the situation worse for Samsung.

Instead it has been rumoured the Galaxy S10 will come with a flat OLED display.

As for other aspects of the phone's design, the Galaxy S10 Plus appears to have the power and volume buttons on the right, while the left side will have the dedicated Bixby button.

The most notable of these was said to be a display with curved edges. The design of the display hole may not exactly look like that of the Infinity O display that Samsung teased last month, but it's expected that the company will still use the branding to market the device.

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The Galaxy S10 line is expected to do away with the front-facing iris scanner of Samsung's recent flagships as several sources already claimed it will instead be positioning an ultrasonic fingerprint reader as its primary screen-unlock method, though it's still likely to feature some form of facial recognition support.

Samsung and Verizon are planning to launch one of the first commercial 5G smartphones in the first half of 2019 as Apple will reportedly hang back until 2020.

Samsung has been working on in-display fingerprint scanning technology for its phones for years, but if a newly published patent is any guide, the South Korea tech giant wants to bring the feature to its smartwatches too.

In terms of hardware, you can expect Samsung to feature a newer Snapdragon 8150 processor for the USA market, while the rest of the world including Malaysia will be getting their Exynos 9820 chip. Let's dive in to see some more details on the matter. Following that debut, the new Android flagships should hit the market by late March after a brief pre-order period which will likely see more incentives than what Samsung has been offering a year ago seeing how the Galaxy S9 line ended up having relatively underwhelming sales.

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