The Galaxy S10 is expected to be unveiled either in January at CES 2019, or in February at MWC, and only then we will know for sure whether the new design will appear on the phone or not.
Sammobile reports that the first Galaxy F foldable phone may bear the model number SM-F900U, and it will be accompanied with firmware version F900USQU0ARJ5. What this new UI will be called is not known at the moment; however, it has been tipped to us that the phone is now being tested with firmware version F900USQU0ARJ5 in the United States. It will also support dual-SIM slots, and come with a unique Android UI that blends well with its folding capabilities.
The all the important things about the Galaxy F were out, it was out that it will have dual-sim support and also made the model number as well, for the US model number would be SM-F900U, for the Europe model number would be SM-F900F, and the last for Asia the model number would be SM-F900N. We can see on the photos that Galaxy S10, in addition to the already mentioned camera hole, will have even less bezels at the top and bottom of its display that the Galaxy S9.
The main OLED screen, the one that folds, will sit on the inside of the phone, measuring 7.29 inches and offering users a tablet-like experience. Notably, Evan Blass tweeted a response to an inquiry about the Samsung device stating, "Don't take this to mean that Samsung isn't also showing theirs at the show - I've read that they are - as it only means what it says, I can't personally speak to it". Samsung is going to test the market before entering into big volume production. It is expected to not sport a fingerprint scanner, due to technical difficulties unique to its flexible screen.
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