Samsung Galaxy S10 New Design Is Reportedly “Confirmed”

AT&T and Verizon have already teased the 5G arrival of the Galaxy S10 Beyond X, but people are still confused about the all-new design that Samsung has planned.

Ghostek provides a render of the Galaxy S10

Thanks to a “historically reliable contact,” as it’s called by Forbes, referring to the popular case maker Ghostek which has previously supplied the author of the article, Gordon Kelly, with accurate pre-release renders of the iPhone XR and Galaxy S9, he writes that he attained a render of the Galaxy S10.

“This is not to be confused with the new flat-screen entry-level S10 or the larger Galaxy S10+ and six-camera sporting Beyond X. But this is expected to be the model most customers will buy,” Kelly writes.

It looks like the most important feature of this render is the combination of a near bezel-less display that has a single cutout front camera which is in line with Samsung’s new Infinity-O screens.

Kelly reports that it will sit in the right corner of the display and it will be merged with the status bar. Forbes also presents a concept render of how this will be done.

Concept render of the phone 

On the phone’s back, there’s a triple camera array with both zoom and super wide-angle lenses that are joining the primary shooter.

The larger Galaxy S10+ and the still-codenamed Beyond X will be featuring dual front cameras and four rear cameras.

Forbes says that Ghostek is so confident in its data on the standard S10 that it’s modeling its cases ahead of finalizing mass production, and this should mean something.

Kelly makes sure to note that this is just a leak in the end and Ghostek could definitely be wrong, but, on the other hand, it’s also important to remember that the company has been pretty accurate in the past.

The only exception to this was a misreading of an iPhone XS schematic, and the main details were correct back then.

Kelly also notes that we cannot see the most significant upgrade on the Galaxy S10 range from the Ghostek render.

He’s referring to the launch of an in-display 3D Sonic Sensor fingerprint reader which Qualcomm has already confirmed.

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