The new flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy S10 managed not only to review, but also tested. Known technologer Zach Nelson held firm testing the durability and reliability of new products.
As reported 4PDA, interesting was testing a new ultrasound fingerprint scanner embedded under the display.
Test smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy S10 front and rear use tempered glass Corning Gorilla glass 6, which scratched the same way as in previous generations. Traces begin to appear from the tool with the hardness number 6.
The case of the smartphone, including hybrid tray for SIM-cards and buttons made of durable aluminum. When you try to bend the device in blogger didn’t work out, no matter how he tried: the gadget remained equal, and the glass is intact.
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Testing a fingerprint scanner. Unlike optical, ultrasound scanner creates a 3D model of the fingerprint. Therefore, this method is more reliable and able to work even in that case, if the finger is wet or dirty.
When the screen appear small scratches on the scanner operation is not affected. But when damages become more critical or the display is cracked, the imprint no longer read.
What is known about the Samsung Galaxy S10? The South Korean manufacturer unveiled a new smartphone on February 20. Samsung Galaxy S10 received a new 6.1-inch OLED-display with a resolution of 2K+. Working on new proprietary processor Exynos or Qualcomm Snapdragon 9820 855 depending on the sales region. The selfie camera has a resolution of 10 MP, the main camera is represented by the triple sensor: 12-megapixel wide angle module, 12-megapixel telephotometer and ultrasonically module for 19 MP. Samsung Galaxy S10 will go on sale March 8.
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