Because the Galaxy S9 is scheduled to be released next week, it’s only natural that we didn’t hear much about the S10 lately. However, a new video emerged which shows just how the Galaxy S10’s design might look like and which features are to be included in it to make it stand out among its competitors.
What is the video about?
The fact that Samsung’s 2019 Galaxy product is on the news again although the S9 hasn’t even been released yet shouldn’t surprise you. We always think ahead and we are always curious about technological innovations.
That’s why Concept Creator (an account on Youtube) made a three-minute video about S10’s purported design and its characteristics. Actually, the video is a follow-up to a sort of a teaser video which came out about a week ago. The first part of the video (which lasts about 25 seconds) showcases rumors about the device’s aesthetics. Apparently, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus will have a nearly all-screen display.
What are the features?
Supposedly, the volume controls will be placed on the left side of the device. In the middle of the video, it is clearly seen that the headphone jack will be placed on top of the phone. This is another battlefield in which Samsung battles Apple, knowing that the latter took steps in removing the headphone jack completely.
Another special feature showcased in this video is represented by a triple-lens camera placed in the back. The video repeatedly shows this camera meaning that it will be an important selling point. The ultrasonic fingerprint reader is another important feature which is expected to bring in buyers. Apparently, it will be placed under the screen of both the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus.
It seems that some the rumors which floated around the Samsung’s S10 will come alive. At least the ones that spoke about the dual-camera system that will be featured in the front of the phone. This feature was made visible on the concept device, having a speaker grille placed in between the cameras.
Finally, the processor of the phone seems to be a beast. It is expected that the Galaxy S10 will feature an eight-core Exynos 9820 processor, although some versions will have the Snapdragon 855 chipset on board. It will depend on the market. Pay attention because there might be more news coming up soon.