Samsung patent reveals what could be the company's future gaming smartphone

Samsung patent reveals what could be the company's future gaming smartphone

According to the details published on the tech site, nashvillechatterclass, the base model Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite comes with the battery model number EB-BG970ABU which has 3000 mAh power.

The patent shared by LetsGoDigital website shows a new foldable smartphone by Samsung that also seems to be a gaming device as it has a D-pad controller at the bottom along with some other buttons on the other side.

All of these phones look set to offer plenty of new features but perhaps the most exciting of these devices is the S10 Plus. Quick settings, AR Emoji, and Bixby Vision have been moved to the top of the screen, as well.

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First, the good stuff. From companies like Samsung to Xiaomi and LG, foldable smartphones have become more than just a novelty. The video and the devices it shows are very cool. Huawei's foldable phone will run on Kirin 980 chipset. The super-thin, near-bezel-less tablet at 0:18 is dreamy, and the gaming phone at 0:37 appears to be all screen, without bezels or notches.

The new One UI, however, may take some getting used to, compared to Samsung's previous Experience interface that used to be on your Galaxy S9 and Note 9, especially in the iconography and navigation parts. Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S10 series on February 20 in San Francisco. Now that this software is out, it's safe to expect some fun bits and pieces from the Galaxy S10's future build popping up here and there - keep a sharp eye and see if you can spot one or two!

The ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, developed by United States chipmaker Qualcomm, helps identify users by mapping fingerprints in three dimensions while the optical sensor creates 2D images.