New Galaxy S10 renders show display hole and triple camera array

New Galaxy S10 renders show display hole and triple camera array

This render comes from OnLeaks and 91Mobiles, and it shows the supposed GS10 from every angle. Before you get excited the event might have included a sneak peek at Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10, we should say that this probably wasn't the case, considering the number of cameras broadcasting the event. The images that can be seen in the gallery below are said to be based on product information provided by reliable sources familiar with the final design of Samsung's next Android flagship. Of course, Samsung will have a 5G Exynos modem for use in other markets.

It was claimed the S10+ would possess a normal front sensor that would be accompanied by a wide-angle lens.

However, Samsung Nigeria is not the only one who promoted Galaxy Note9 on Twitter by tweeting from an iPhone.

Instead it has been rumoured the Galaxy S10 will come with a flat OLED display. There's no fingerprint sensor back there, supporting the rumor that Samsung is moving to an in-display ultrasonic sensor. It's now being rumored that Samsung will be using an ultrasonic scanner instead of optical. It was reported in October that Samsung is planning to ditch the headphone jack starting in fall 2019, possibly with the release of the Galaxy Note 10.

As for other aspects of the phone's design, the Galaxy S10 Plus appears to have the power and volume buttons on the right, while the left side will have the dedicated Bixby button.

Samsung Nigeria posted a video on Twitter promoting the Galaxy Note9 - one of its flagships for 2018. The rear panel of the device is shown as featuring a triple-camera setup with horizontally arranged lenses and a dual-LED (dual-tone) flash unit, as well as a heart rate monitor.

MySmartPrice emphasised the added camera could force the Galaxy S10+ to arrive with a "pill-shaped display hole", rather than the single and smaller circular cutout expected on some other Galaxy S10 hardware.

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