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New Galaxy S10 renders show display hole and triple camera array

04 December 2018, 01:31 | Jodi Jackson

Concept video imagines what the Galaxy S10 display hole would be like during use

Samsung Galaxy S10+ Leaks In Highest-Resolution Renders Yet

The renders show the device from all angles and they appear to confirm the final look and design of the handset prior its official launch early next year. Top of the list is Samsung's upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S10. There's still no indication that the colors in question will be launching in other markets but after Huawei, LG, and several other smartphone makers saw success with gradient smartphone finishes, Samsung may be willing to start experimenting with the thereof on a global scale as well.

Since the iPhone XS Max screen has been generally regarded better than the Galaxy Note 9, it just makes the situation worse for Samsung. This implementation of the front-facing camera allows for an all-front display, minus the little hole in the corner, of course.

On the back, the Galaxy S10 Plus comes with triple cameras that are aligned horizontally alongside the LED flash.


It was claimed the S10+ would possess a normal front sensor that would be accompanied by a wide-angle lens.

Instead of an optical in-display fingerprint scanner the S10 deploys a more sophisticated ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor that is supposed to be faster and more accurate than the former. That said, it's certainly interesting that Samsung has been thinking about adding this feature not only to smartphones, but also other devices. It was reported in October that Samsung is planning to ditch the headphone jack starting in fall 2019, possibly with the release of the Galaxy Note 10.

We're still at least a few months away from the Galaxy S10 announcement. Following that debut, the new Android flagships should hit the market by late March after a brief pre-order period which will likely see more incentives than what Samsung has been offering a year ago seeing how the Galaxy S9 line ended up having relatively underwhelming sales.



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