The Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ are expected to soon enough, and that means that we’re seeing some pretty great concepts of what the device is expected to look like.
The big change this year is sure to be the Infinity-O display, one that doesn’t have a notch but instead has a hole where the front-facing camera will live. That’s undoubtedly the biggest feature that concepts are leaning on, as you might expect.
The stylish, purple-hued images reveal an in-screen fingerprint sensor, a triple-lens rear camera, and a transparent back that lets you peep the handset’s insides.
Renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10 predict the phone will have an in-screen fingerprint sensor.
If accurate, it would find Samsung pinching the best features from its high-end rivals and Chinese concept phones showcased at Mobile World Congress (MWC).
Take the triple-lens snapper on the back, it made its debut on the Huawei P20 Pro – arguably the best smartphone camera on the market – and is rumoured for the iPhone X2 Plus.
The tech made its debut on the Vivo Apex concept phone at MWC in February, but isn’t currently available in the wild.
If Samsung gets it on the S10, which is expected to launch at the event’s 2019 edition in February, it could well beat its competitor to the punch.
Lastly, there’s that opaque back panel in the vein of the translucent blue HTC U12+, the latest £699 flagship from the Taiwanese electronics maker.
Instead, the Samsung Galaxy S10 will retain its predecessor’s curved AMOLED display, by the looks of these 3D renders.
Recent rumours suggest this screen will include crazy bone conduction technologythat lets you hear phone calls by vibrating against your skull.
It’s all in pursuit of the current holy grail of smartphone design: an all-screen gadget.
But as the slim borders in these renders show, that may not turn out to be case for the S10.
The new images arrive just in time to steal back the limelight from Samsung’s other hot property, the folding Galaxy X.
That bendy device is expected to cost a whopping £1,300 when it lands next year.
A full look at the potential front of Samsung’s next flagship:
Image Source: Concept Creator, YouTube
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