Samsung has been teasing that it may show off its first foldable smartphone next month and the company is also expected to release three models of the Galaxy S10 next year. A new report has revealed some key details about Samsung upcoming devices that corroborate rumors from earlier this year.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus will arrive with curved OLED displays and an in-display fingerprint scanner, according to Bloomberg. Both models are also said to arrive with triple cameras on the back and a single front-facing camera that will placed underneath the OLED display. The report didn’t clarify how the front-facing camera will work on the Galaxy S10 models, but there’s already a rumor going around that Samsung might release a mid-range smartphone early next year that will feature a tiny hole in its display to accommodate the front-facing camera.

Bloomberg’s report also revealed that Samsung is currently testing prototypes of the Galaxy S10 that don’t have the 3.5mm headphone jack. This doesn’t necessarily mean that the handset won’t have the headphone jack, but it was previously reported that Samsung may start removing that port from its phones next year.

The report goes on to say that the third Galaxy S10 model won’t have a curved display up front and that it will be sold for a cheaper price. This mysterious third model might also lose the in-display fingerprint sensor. This shouldn’t really surprise a lot of consumers if that’s truly the case, since Samsung’s previous “lite” models have always lacked the higher-end features of their flagship counterparts.

It is believed that Samsung is currently in talks with Verizon to bring a Galaxy S10 variant to the United States that has support for 5G networks. This coincides well with Verizon’s plan to bring 5G-capable phones in early 2019, the same timeframe the Galaxy S10 is expected to launch.

As for the Samsung foldable smartphone, Bloomberg states that Samsung is still undecided on whether the device will fold out vertically or horizontally. The Verge pointed out that this seems to be implausible since the South Korean phone maker suggested that it will show off the device during its developers conference next month.

If Samsung is unable to bring the actual device at the event, the company might just show off concept designs and the user interface of the foldable smartphone. Samsung and Google are said to be working together to develop a special version of Android that’s specially designed to work well on the foldable smartphone.

The foldable smartphone from Samsung won’t include an in-display fingerprint sensor. Apparently, the flexible display being used on the handset is preventing Samsung from incorporating the technology. The screen will be able to fold out with a snap like an old school flip phone. When it’s folded, the device is said to have an external 4-inch display that will let users have access to notifications, emails and other features, according to SamMobile. As for the release date of the Samsung foldable smartphone, the device may not be ready until the second quarter of 2019.