Samsung fans have been looking forward to Galaxy S10 for quite some time now and as the date of the launch approaches, the rumours around the smartphone have been surfacing on the internet every other day. Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to launch at the MWC 2019 next year.
The latest in these leaks is a live image of the smartphone that has surfaced online. The image shows that Samsung Galaxy S10 will come with a hole on the top of its display to house the selfie camera and the sensors. And also, the bezels surrounding the display of the device will be consistently thin.
— Ben Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) October 31, 2018
The live image of Samsung Galaxy S10 was posted by concept designer Ben Geskin on Twitter. It shows that the upcoming Android smartphone has a tall display that has a small cut-out at the top. Speaking of the bezels, they are of the same width on all the four sides including the smartphone’s chin. The image also shows the power, volume rocker and Bixby buttons.
The camera hole on the top does have the potential to be a hindrance for those who love watching videos on their smartphones. When we think about it, we wouldn’t find it pleasing to have a hole on one side of the video. It can be assumed that the leaked image is of that particular variant of S10 range which has been reported to come without curved sides. It is the same variant which, unlike the other two S10 models, will come without an in-display fingerprint sensor and instead would have it placed on its side edge.
Another report that had surfaced online a few days back said that Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus will feature curved OLED screens and will sport in-display fingerprint scanners. The smartphones are also said to come with a triple rear camera setup. Samsung is also said to have made some prototypes of its S10 smartphone without headphone jacks.
The three S10 models will reportedly launch with Samsung’s foldable smartphone, which is likely to be showcased first at Samsung’s developer conference that is scheduled for this month.