For those who are excited about the Samsung Galaxy S10, Gizmodo UK has dropped some juicy details including storage options, pricing and even the launch date. For the past few models, Samsung usually launches a new Galaxy S series a day before Mobile World Congress starts in Barcelona. This time, things are expected to be slightly different.
Samsung Galaxy S10
We’ve seen a number of leaked renders of the Galaxy S10+ and this could be Samsung’s first flagship smartphone to come with a quad-camera setup at the rear. On top of that, there’s also the Galaxy S10 and an even smaller Galaxy S10 Lite.
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Yesterday we had a glimpse of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10+ thanks to serial
Now @Onleaks has provided a fresh batch of renders which should be closer to the actual Galaxy S10+. The major difference is the number of cameras at the back.
Samsung will be launching their Galaxy S10 and S10+ early next year. For their 10th anniversary model, Samsung is expected to release something all new with a newer Infinity Display that comes with a cut-out-hole for the selfie camera.
Ahead of its Unpacked event, a clear 360-degree render of the Galaxy S10+ has surfaced online thanks to serial leakster @onleaks.
Anticipation is definitely building for the launch of Samsung’s upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S10, which is set to make its debut next year. The device is almost definitely going to feature an all-new display that does away with the need to have a notch or bar to house the front camera. Known as the display Infinity-O display, it is virtually bezel-less resulting in an all-display front save for a tiny to house a front-facing camera.
But doing away with bezels might come with a cost for the Galaxy S10. Samsung could be ditching face unlock as there’s physically no room to house the required parts for the feature.
The Galaxy S10 marks the 10th generation of the Galaxy S series. Ahead of its expected release sometime in February 2019, details of its purported camera setup have surfaced online. If you think two cameras at the back is too much, Samsung appears to be fitting even more cameras on their upcoming flagship model.
Samsung is expected to release an all new design for the Galaxy S10. The current Infinity Display with a noticeable forehead and chin has been around for two years now. For the next model, it looks like Samsung is going for a near bezel-less edge-to-edge display but unlike the rest, there won’t be a notch at the top.
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