Galaxy S10 renders show off Samsung’s next flagship early

We’ve heard a lot about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S10 with its multi-camera system and punch hole in its front display, but aside from some patents and rumors it’s been pretty tough to fully visualize. Now we’re getting a glimpse at a 5k render of the device from 91Mobiles, so you can see Samsung’s newest design with almost nothing left to the imagination.

The Galaxy S10 will ship with a 6.4-inch display, according to the latest rumor, and the render shows off a triple camera system on the back of the phone and a circular hole in the top right of the screen for two front-facing cameras.

This render does indicate that we’ll be seeing an in-display fingerprint scanner from Samsung next year, alongside that triple-camera setup with a regular lens, telephoto lens, and wide-angle lens. The iris scanning sensors appear to be gone from the phone, too, so Samsung’s doubling down on the new fingerprint scanning tech. Facial unlock will probably make an appearance, though.

The phone does also still have a regular headphone jack and will most likely be using Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 8150 flagship CPU. For more of these renders hit the link below.

source: 91Mobiles


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