It won t be an exaggeration to say that Samsung s upcoming Galaxy S10 series devices are easily the most hotly-anticipated smartphones of 2019. Even though there hasn t been any official announcement regarding the flagship(s) so far, the Galaxy S10 line-up has seen its fair share of leaks and rumors over the past few months. Also Read - Galaxy S10 Lite gets April 2021 security patch update soon after previous patch roll outAlso Read - OnePlus 7T series gets new Open Beta update with camera fix
Now, if a new report is to be believed, Samsung s new top-of-the-line smartphones may come with a new facial recognition technology. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy M51, Galaxy S10 to get big discount on Amazon: Check details
According to Phone Arena, Samsung has recently filed for trademarks related to features having the names Dynamic Vision, Private Vision, and Detect Vision . While all three names are similar and hint at some sort of new facial recognition technology, it s quite likely that Samsung will choose just one as the final official name for the feature.
Marking the tenth anniversary of Samsung s hugely-popular Galaxy S line-up, the S10 series is expected to come packed with a whole bunch of innovative features, many of which have been constantly hinted at in the leaks and speculations over the preceding months.
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Perhaps the most exciting of these rumors are the ones surrounding the display technology. Samsung s upcoming flagships are expected to come with brand-new all-screen front-panels, having punch-holes for the lens(es) of front-facing cameras. Other key features expected include an ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint sensor, and a quad-lens rear camera system (on the Galaxy S10+). The latter will be similar to that on Samsung s recently-launched Galaxy A9 (2018), but far superior in terms of actual imaging performance. As per a recent report, the flagships are also expected to have a 3.5mm audio port, something that s increasingly becoming a rarity these days.