Even though Samsung has yet to launch the highly anticipated Galaxy Note 9, the South Korean tech giant is not wasting any time and it’s already adding the finishing touches to next year’s Galaxy S10. The way we know this is because the internet is buzzing with leaks and rumors about Galaxy S10 and a new leak that comes from “Mobil-Hended” and “Phone Designer” which are both known and reputable leaksters is showing us the innovative design that Samsung Galaxy S10 will use.
Before we get into the new leaked picture, we need to mention that Samsung’s biggest criticism is that it keeps using boring designs. The design that Samsung uses for its flagship Galaxy S and Galaxy Note smartphones has remained the same during this past couple of years and Samsung fans are upset, especially since Apple reinvented the iPhone lineup with the innovative looking iPhone X.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Leak
The first thing that grabs our attention in this new leak is the see-through back panel and three-camera setup. Using a see-through back panel like this is a rather risky move from Samsung’s part, but we think it’s going to work out in the end because Samsung fans have been asking for design changes for such a long time that they are willing to accept anything.
No Rear Mounted Fingerprint Scanner
Galaxy S9 was the first Samsung-made smartphone that shipped with a full-screen Infinity Edge display. The smartphone was expected to feature a fingerprint sensor that is installed beneath the display, but Samsung decided to equip the fingerprint scanner on the rear side.
The reason why Samsung did this is that it didn’t think installing a fingerprint scanner beneath the display is secure enough and it didn’t want to create any security issues. On the other hand, the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor is quite annoying since people always put their finger on the camera lens by mistake. Luckily, Samsung decided to remove it and it will more than surely place the fingerprint sensor beneath the display.
Three Camera Setup
If there’s one thing we all know about Samsung smartphones, then it must be the fact that all of them are camera-centric. Samsung is constantly creating new camera hardware and software and it looks like the tech giant wants to take things to the next level by equipping Galaxy S10 with a three-camera setup.