Samsung’s S10-series is set to be announced in February. With the launch inching closer, there are still so many details that we aren’t aware of. We hear the company is working on bringing a 5G variant in the U.S., Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensors for the first time, in-display fingerprint sensors, and even display cutouts in the devices.
We have heard a lot of rumors, leaks, but we are yet to see a device in the wild to confirm any of these reports. The latest One UI beta firmware on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 consists evidence of one specific Galaxy S10 model, the possible colors the Samsung Galaxy S10, that Samsung is working on integrating the use of ToF sensors for assistance in biometric authentication, and details of the exact shape and size of the rumored Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+’s display cutouts.
The Galaxy Note 9 One UI firmware has evidence of a new device code-name that has not yet been publicized along with references to the other Galaxy S10 device code-names that have previously been rumored (beyond0, beyond1, beyond2, and beyondx). There’s also a new device code-name from a file named “boltq5gvzw,” suggesting that this is a 5G-capable smartphone with a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset …