Samsung Galaxy S10 has been leaked in images several times but it has always been 3D renders or concept images. Now a live (real life) image of the Samsung Galaxy S10 has leaked and you can take a look at what the phone looks like ahead of its launch.
The image come in a leak from a well-known Smartphone reporter, Evan Blass, which were posted on his Twitter page. In the image, the phone can be seen with super-trimmed bezels, and the design has been updated as compared to last year’s Galaxy S9 series.
The biggest change is the smartphone’s front camera placement. Unlike before, where Samsung opted for a slim top bezel on the Note 9 and the S9 for the selfie camera, the front camera is being placed in a single hole on the display. The camera is placed near the top right edge of the screen.
As for the earpiece, it has been moved further to the top edge and is very subtle this time.
While the details are still scarce, we came to know that the Galaxy S10 will be split into different variants. One of the variants is going to be a midranger, much similar to what Apple did with the iPhone XR.
Much like its predecessor, it is also going to have a top-of-the-line version called the Galaxy S10+, which will house the best internals and will also have the highest price. The S10+ and the lower-end S10 are likely to have the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, a 5G-ready chipset.
However, the 5G version is expected to come a bit later, as a separate, more-expensive variant. There is some new technology that is being launched alongside the S10, such as a graphene-based battery.
It’s the first of it’s kind and allows the phone to charge fully much faster.