Samsung has undoubtedly sold plenty of Galaxy S9 and S9+ phones since they were released, but sales seemingly haven't lived up to the company's expectations or to analysts' expectations. As a result, it's looking more and more like we can expect the Note 9 to be to last year's Galaxy Note 8 what the S9 and S9+ are to the Galaxy S8 and S8+. However, US carriers will use different names for the upcoming Galaxy J smartphones, so it might be confusing to talk about them before they're officially introduced. While the Galaxy J6 is mentioned to launch on May 25th, there is no information about the launch date of Galaxy J4. Beginning with the Galaxy S10, however, the fingerprint sensor will be built into the display itself.
While the later release may actually be a good thing for customers, it could pose a problem for Samsung's financial situation. Will The Galaxy S10 fare better in the market than the Galaxy S9?
Considering the recent full-fledged specification leak, it looks like we don't have to wait long. It remains to be seen whether delaying the implementation and ending up late to the game can be justified by a more robust technology. It will feature a fingerprint reader on the rear panel for added security. The Android market is more competitive today than it has ever been before, and the quality of high-end handsets across most manufacturers is quite comparable.
If it's Samsung, it'll be kind of interesting since the finger print location before the Galaxy S9 was, in my opinion, awful.
South Korean news website The Bell, which carries a glowing track record when reporting on Samsung leaks and unannounced plans, reported that the Galaxy S10 codename is "Beyond". While there is no official word but Samsung is expected to launch both-Galaxy J4 and J6-in India soon. It appears that the feature, seen in the iPhone X, will not be ready by the time that the Galaxy S10 goes into production.