With every release of a new Galaxy S smartphone, comes a range of improvements from Samsung – and the S10 is rumoured to continue this trend. Next year will see the arrival of the tenth edition of the Galaxy, the Samsung Galaxy S10, and will come with distinctive changes from its predecessor – the S9.
The notable tipster Ice Universe recently speculated that the S10 could pack an increased pixel density display that may pack over 600ppi – a huge number. The tipster has been very accurate with Samsung leaks in the past, so this rumour can be taken seriously. The soon to be bested Galaxy S9 and S9+ do already offer amazingly sharp displays, with 570ppi and 530ppi respectively.
Samsung will need to achieve this mammoth resolution in a screen in very similar size to the 5.8-inch one found on the Galaxy S9 at the moment. For them to achieve that 600+ppi, they will need to increase the resolution of the display to near enough 4K quality – quite a task.
There are plenty of rumours flying around regarding what features the S10 could have, and one of those is the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, which is also plausible. We will have to wait and see what Samsung will unveil to the world at a later date for now.