Galaxy S10 just leaked in ‘photos’ with 3-cam back

Galaxy S10 just leaked in ‘photos’ with 3-cam back

Galaxy S10 just leaked in ‘photos’ with 3-cam back

Sides on the back of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ will be curved, while Samsung's logo will sit on the back as well.

Despite promising not to offer a notch on its phones because, you know, Apple does it and Samsung's not Apple, the South Korean-based smartphone manufacturer is getting ready to announce its first device with this controversial design element. The two phones may actually not support 5G, as it may be reserved for a "premium" Galaxy S10 model, which we'll talk about a bit later.

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We can't confirm that these are authentic photos; there's even been suggestions that they are high-quality renders.

According to an official post from Antutu's weibo account, which has shared a chart with the Galaxy S10+ performance, the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 appears to be ahead of the competition. It does feature the display holes but they're centered.

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That means that unlike the optical scanners featured in the OnePlus 6 or Mate 20 Pro, the Samsung Galaxy S10 uses sound waves to create a 3D "mould" of your fingertip. All the Galaxy S10 smartphones will also ship with the same SoCs, as Samsung is expected to sell two different SoC variants once more. Markets like United States will get the Qualcomm variant of the phone, while India will get Exynos variant as we have seen in the past. We are only guessing at this point, but judging what the company did in the past, that's exactly what will happen. Samsung is learning how do drill a hole in the screen - with the upcoming Galaxy A8s - and it will likely be able to drill one more for the secondary webcam on the S10.

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