Samsung Galaxy S10: Renders Confirm Some Predictions

Samsung Galaxy S10: A large part of the information in the public domain about Samsung’s upcoming flagships, the Samsung Galaxy S10 are via rumors and speculations as it always happens. But with one of the variants, the Galaxy S10 standard version, one is now more or less certain how it will look like. The renders have appeared, thanks to a cover maker for the phone.

The Certainty is About the Display

The render shows the phone within the transparent plastic cover that has red corners on all four edges giving a rounded shape to back cover. Similar covers have been seen in the past for other Galaxy models and the cover maker has the experience making similar covers. But the factors you must be keen on noticing in this image is that the circular hole as predicted earlier for the display screen codenamed the Infinity O can be clearly seen. The screen has the complete area, edge to edge, with minimum bezels on all sides, can be noted as well. The hole is placed on the right side of the display on top almost merging with the top status bar that usually indicates the battery charge level, signal strength and the time.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Renders

The rear panel has the triple camera setup, confirming this is Samsung Galaxy S10 phone and not the Galaxy S10 Plus or the 5G phone which are supposed to have 4 cameras in the rear. If you enlarged the image and took a closer look, you can observe the zoom lens and the wide-angle lens with the primary shooter in one line horizontally. This is another confirmation of the model since similar images with the back cover showing a horizontal cutout for the cameras has emerged earlier too.

We have already received, through the chip maker Qualcomm that the 3D Sonic Sensor it has developed will feature in the Samsung Galaxy S10 series though we cannot confirm if all four variants will sport the feature. There is no fingerprint sensor on the reverse panel and it is more or less sure that the facial ID will not be featured in these phones. As of now, the company has decided to continue with the 3.5 mm jack as well.

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