The Samsung Galaxy S10 is shown in the wild: The well-known industry insider, and a technology journalist Evan Blass (aka @ evleaks) has posted on Twitter a first image of the upcoming flagship Smartphones. He emphasized that it should be a real device and not a Computer-created 3D render image. Officially, the device is expected to be presented in the framework of the Mobile World Congress. The technology fair is to be held at the end of February in Barcelona.
Galaxy S10: camera hole on the Display
Should show the image of a real Galaxy S10, it is clear that Samsung is planning for this year, a comprehensive redesign of its top Smartphones. The most spectacular new feature is the Infinity O-Display, it is an evolution of the Galaxy S8 and S9 used in the Infinity display. The screen is supposed to measure 6.1 inches.
Samsung Galaxy S10 “Beyond 1” in the wild. pic.twitter.com/EMquh59Kln
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 3, 2019
While most of the manufacturers on a Notch – a recess in the upper edge of the screen, are housed in the Sensors for face recognition, placed Samsung the front camera directly on the Display. The edge above the display is narrower still, only the speaker. For the first time the technology was introduced at Samsung developers conference in early November in San Francisco.
A fingerprint sensor to Unlock the phone is on the front page is not visible. According to rumors, he was integrated into the screen, such as the Huawei Mate 20 Per. Perhaps Samsung placed him on the back of the device.
Several S10 models planned
in addition to the regular Galaxy S10 is still a Plus to it model with a larger screen – in the rumor mill is talk of 6.4 inch. Also a cheaper, stripped-down Lite Version that is supposed to be 5.8 inches in size is planned.
Galaxy S10 will not> cheap,
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