The first ever image of a Samsung Galaxy S10 has been leaked. The biggest highlight was represented by a attractive camera but rivals like Google Pixel and Huawei stole the crown by offering devices that were able to capture better photos. And yes, we've been wondering about those blurs too. But believe it or not, this is so far the best photo of the S10 out there.
The release of a smartphone, especially a flagship, comes with a lot of anticipation. The Galaxy S10 will also most likely be releasing in a couple of months, on March at the Mobile World Congress.
The Galaxy S10 Lite is fueled by "msmnile" processor. It will have the largest screen, probably a 6.4-inch display, and will have about three to four rear cameras, two front-facing cameras and a big battery.
As such, pinholes may become the new standard for smartphones moving forward, especially if the Galaxy S10 turns into a successful device for the South Korean manufacturer, potentially prompting other Android device makers to follow suit. No worries if you can't be faffed, T3 will have everything you need to know about the new smartphone. Samsung Galaxy S10 may come with in-display hole In another report, Samsung Galaxy S10 is said to come with Infinity-O display.
The S10 is rumoured to be the stamp to the hole-punch on flagships.
If more rumors from EVLeaks is to be trusted, the Galaxy S10 is set to more than just a pretty thing.
Even Blass, a re known tipster tweeted about the incoming flagship indicating that it will allow users "to wirelessly charge other compatible devices like handsets and watches" by placing them on the handset's chassis. This is another feature that Huawei has beat Samsung to.