Samsung One UI may have leaked Galaxy S10 colors

Samsung showed off One UI with its foldable screen tech yesterday, which is what the company is pushing to be the evolution of software on its mobile devices. It’s a pretty bold update to TouchWiz or whatever Samsung’s going with these days, and one of the coolest features is the software syncing up with the color of the device itself.

Which, of course, means that it’ll sync up with Galaxy S10 colors. And considering Samsung directly showed this off at its developer conference, that might have been an intentional leak for what we can expect from next year’s flagship.

The slide showed an unnamed Samsung device in silver, green, black, blue, and pink, as seen above. Samsung would probably name these “Midnight Black,” “Metallic Blue,” and “Rose Pink” or some other fanciful name, but we can get a glimpse of what they’re cooking up for 2019.

Or these could be mockups just to show off One UI and Samsung could only release the Galaxy S10 in a weird, off orange shade that everyone hates. We’ll find out early next year!

source: Ice Universe (Twitter)


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