The face recognition-based screen lock feature in the Samsung Galaxy S10 can be easily fooled using a photo or a video of the owner as shown by multiple reports coming from customers, experts and tech reviewers.
In any case, it's still a bit early in the year for Samsung to be talking about its successor to the Galaxy Note 9. Instead, equipping a gadget with the required hardware for the connectivity requires changes in design that Samsung might not like for its premium phablet brand; a brand that the company painstakingly upgraded previous year.
Whether Samsung is able to ship 40 million S10 series phones in 2019, or just 35 or 38 million, as others in the parts industry suspect, it doesn't look like there's any way the S10 will break Samsung's mobile sales record. The first is a simple fact that Davinci makes an appearance here. However, while information for the gadget is scarce, there's no harm in making some well thought out conjectures. On top of all that, a new leak confirms that at least one version of the Galaxy Note 10 will support 5G. And after evaluating the kernel code in Samsung's Galaxy S10, XDA Developers discovered a reference to a "davinci5G".
This, as you can see, is interesting because of two reasons.
I expect that to hold although a 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10 to be closer to $2000 with a fully specced version, with 1TB of storage, 5G and 12GB of memory to give $3000 a nudge. We'll keep you updated on the latest.