As we are moving more closer to the launch of Samsung’s upcoming flagship Galaxy S10 lineup, more leaks and rumors are hitting the headlines and making their place over the internet. Until now we have rendered and heard about the design form factor from various sources. But, recently, someone leaked image which was clicked in the South Korean Subway shows Samsung Galaxy S10 device.
The upcoming Galaxy S10 lineup will have more than two devices for sure. But, also, there will be several changes that will be picking up space on these upcoming phones and one of the exciting part is the display. Earlier at Samsung Developer Conference, the company has announced the new display type which is dubbed as an Infinity-O display. And we have taken a fresh look in new Galaxy A8s device.
So, the leaked image which allegedly showing Galaxy S10 device shows us a glimpse of design changes. The image is a little bit blurry but I guess you can see the mobile phone. The image was clicked in South Korea. And there are chances of being Samsung Galaxy S10 device because of the front design.
As you can see in the image, the phone has very narrow bezels on top. Further, it seems there is a camera located over the right top corner. So, the display looks like the Infinity-O display which leads us to think about the Samsung Galaxy S10 device. Because as of now, no any device is in the market with such design on the front. But, one thing, I have noticed is the curved sides as Samsung provides on their devices. Well, it is hard for me to decide there is an infinity-O display or not because of the unclear image.
The Galaxy S10 lineup will be launched in February. We almost have covered almost all the leaked information about S10 and S10 Plus. Nevertheless, right now, we cannot give any type of confirmation on this image.
Galaxy S10 Timeline
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- Samsung Galaxy S10 Series will Have Improved Camera; Report Reveals More Details
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