All recent reports and leaks seem to agree that the next generation Samsung Galaxy S10 will be more interesting than its predecessor, Galaxy S9, which was launched earlier in 2018. Last week alone we read three reports about new design solutions that Samsung will try to introduce on their next devices belonging to the S-line. And now we can see how these modifications could change the way the next Galaxy S10 with no notch will look like, as new renders have just been posted by the omnipresent leaker Ben Geskin.
Leaks suggest that Galaxy S10 will get a new design
One week ago, Samsung revealed during its event that it is working on a new design (with a camera hole at the top of the smartphone’s display), which will not debut on the Galaxy S10, but on one of the upcoming mid-range handsets. Few days later, Bloomberg confirmed in their report that this design will be also introduced on Galaxy S10, giving us some further details about the next device of Samsung’s hugely popular S-series. Finally, a leaked picture of the screen protector with a hole in it seemed to suggest that Samsung has already started manufacturing its next gen display technology.
Galaxy S10 with less bezels and no notch
The renders posted by Geskin are based on these recent rumors. We can see on the photos that Galaxy S10, in addition to the already mentioned camera hole, will have even less bezels at the top and bottom of its display that the Galaxy S9. The camera hole at the top seems to suggest that the 3D facial recognition technology will not be present on the Galaxy S10, which might not be a bad thing after all, as the new design is definitely going to look great in games and apps.
The smartphone will be unveiled at the beginning of 2019
Of course, we will still have to wait for some kind of confirmation from Samsung, as for now all we have are just the rumors. The Galaxy S10 is expected to be unveiled either in January at CES 2019, or in February at MWC, and only then we will know for sure whether the new design will appear on the phone or not.
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