Samsung Galaxy S10 Series Could Feature 2000fps 'Dynamic Vision' Tech

              Its just a few days ago we reported about the CAD renders  of the Samsung Galaxy S10 created by 91Mobiles and @OnLeaks  which revealed the design of the novelty, now today some new information's has been revealed through trademark registration. According to the latest info Samsung has filed trademarks for the ‘Dynamic Vision,’ ‘Private Vision,’ and ‘Detect Vision’ which appears to be some thing related to camera. While the specific information is still scarce the available clues suggest it to relate to some kind of advanced facial recognition system and the company will probably settle for just one name once the tech is announced. 
                We have seen Dynamic vision sensors from Samsung been teased in the past, a previous version of the tech allowed video recording speeds of up to 2000fps. Although this is not significant for regular videos, it helps immensely with the facial recognition tech and for the creation of 3D maps, something that will help with improving its accuracy.  
                         Apart from the new dual front camera the Samsung Galaxy S10+ is set to arive with a new 6.4-inch Infinity-O display that offers a very impressive 93.4% screen-to-body ratio and would be powered by either Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8150 or the Exynos 9820, depending on the region. These new flagship chipsets will be more powerful and efficient than outgoing processors, thanks to the new 7-nanometer process. However, by combining this efficient chipsets with significantly larger 4,000mAh battery the Galaxy s10 would be able to provide better battery backup than the Galaxy S9+ which uses a 3,500mAh battery. According to the early reports, Samsung has planned three Galaxy S10 models for 2019 following the 2018 iPhone series. Out of the three Galaxy S10 models, two models will feature a curved edge panels while the more affordable model would feature a flat display.
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