An interesting image that allegedly shows off the front panel of the Samsung Galaxy S10 has surfaced online. The image offers several interesting snippets of information about the upcoming premium flagship Android smartphone from Samsung.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 should have the Infinity-O display. The Samsung Infinity-O display essentially means that the display has a small cut-out near the top. The cut-out, which is quite different from the rectangular, dewdrop or Halo notch, will house the front camera sensors. Also, the small cut out offers a lot more display that can be used to place multiple notifications and quick visual indicators about the Samsung smartphone’s software parameters. The alleged front panel of the Samsung Galaxy S10 confirms the Infinity-O display. It also offers visual confirmation about the camera setup and its placement.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Front Panel Live Image Confirms Infinity-O display And Camera Placement
We at MSP Gear have been closely following news, reports, and rumors about the Galaxy S10. We are fairly certain Samsung is planning to launch three variants of the Galaxy S10. Just yesterday, serial tipster Evan Blass (@evleaks) had reiterated about the three variants. The smallest of the trio, reportedly called the Galaxy S10 Lite, would have a 5.8-inch screen, while the middle variant, the Galaxy S10, would have a 6.1-inch display. The top-end model, which could have quite a few industry-first features, would have the 6.4-inch panel. The company may name the model Galaxy S10 Plus.
It is interesting to note the report claimed the front camera would be centrally located . However, the alleged front panel of the Samsung Galaxy S10 clearly dismisses the claim. According to the leaked image, the next-year’s Samsung flagship smartphone will have the front camera setup, which is apparently a dual-lens unit, will be located at the top-right side.
Samsung is yet to officially acknowledge the existence of the Galaxy S10 lineup. The company is still actively promoting and selling the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ models that replaced the older Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus models.
The dual camera setup could be a feature that Samsung may reserve only for the Galaxy S10 model. The image even claims the display panel belongs to ‘Beyond 2’, the codename of the device. The other two variants may sport a single front camera unit. We had also reported about the side-mounted fingerprint scanner, as well as the possible inclusion of the dual camera setup on the Galaxy S10 Lite.