The Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone has just been leaked majorly with hardware renders, photos and specs all rampaging across the internet. It appears the new phone will be packing in a range of next-gen features including 5G-network support, an in-screen camera and the largest Galaxy display ever seen. Here's everything you need to know.
The Samsung Galaxy spies are really on a role this week. Just yesterday, it was revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come with a colossal 6.66-inch display. Today, a cavalcade of Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks have also appeared - including alleged renders of the final production model. Needless to say, it appears the company will be pulling out all the stops for its tenth-anniversary model.
The photo above comes via Letsgodigital. As you can see, the S10 will boast a true edge-to-edge 'Infinity-O' display with no bezels or notches taking up screen real estate. This will be achieved by hiding the front-facing camera and sensors beneath the display glass via an unobtrusive lens hole. (This confirms earlier reports about a "notch-free" Galaxy phone being developed by Samsung.)
As expected, the S10 will also come with an Exynos 9820 processor to replace the Exynos 9810 found in the Galaxy S9 and Note 9. In addition to being faster, the new CPU also provides a boost to artificial intelligence (AI) via an integrated neural processing unit. This should result in smarter AI applications. It will pack in an ultra-sonic fingerprint sensor under the display, similar to the Huawei Mate20 Pro.
There are also rumours of a fourth, supersized version dubbed 'Beyond X'. It will reportedly come with 5G support, six cameras (four in the rear cameras and two in the front) and a gargantuan 6.7-inch display. We repeat: 6.7 inches. That's basically a small tablet.
The new Galaxy smartphones will probably be unveiled at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February 2019. With the folding Galaxy F also expected to make an appearance, it won't be one to miss.
Samsung is planning to revolutionise the smartphone industry - and notched displays could be first on the chopping block. The company recently unveiled a cavalcade of new technologies in development, including "under-screen" sensors and cameras. Yes, cameras. This changes everything.