Respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who works for TF International Securities, today increased his forecast of Galaxy S10 shipments by 30 percent due to better than expected pre-order demand. Kuo attributes the better-than-expected shipment momentum to several factors including spec differentiation from iPhone models. As Kuo points out, there are notable differences between Samsung's newest phone and Apple's current crop of iPhones. Samsung devices have a triple-lens camera setup with an ultra-wide lens, and an ultrasonic under-display fingerprint sensor. Apple is rumored to be planning to introduce a similar camera setup in the 2019 iPhones, but because it uses Face ID facial recognition instead of a fingerprint sensor, Samsung's under-display fingerprint recognition technology will continue to set it apart from Apple. Kuo believes the under-display fingerprint sensor and the triple camera are the "spotlights" of the S10 series. Samsung's Galaxy S10 and S10+ are available for pre-order and are set to launch later this week. Article Link: Kuo Increases Galaxy S10 Shipment Estimates Due to 'Spec Differentiation From iPhone Models'