Alleged Galaxy S10 leaked press render reveals in-display fingerprint scanner and triple rear cameras

Update: We messed, its just a concept [Source]

Samsung is yet to unveil the Galaxy Note 9, but an alleged Galaxy S10 leaked press render has been spotted along with an image of the S10 Plus alreadyGalaxy S10 leaked press renderThe design of the Galaxy S10 and the Plus variants are quite different to the current version, aka the S9 and S9 Plus. The S10 and S10 Plus have a full-screen display, which is literally full-screen with no bezels at all.

Another interesting thing seen in the Galaxy S10 leaked press render is the icon on the screen. That is a fingerprint icon, so why is it on the screen? Does this mean the Galaxy S10 will feature an in-display fingerprint scanner? It appears so, because the back panel does not have a fingerprint sensor, and the large icon on the screen is probably a hint for the user to use the area to unlock the device.

Speaking of the back panel, notice anything in the Galaxy S10 leaked press render? Triple cameras! Yes, the S10 has three vertically aligned cameras on the back. The LED Flash and heart-rate sensor are next to the cameras and are also placed vertically.

The phone seems to have a selfie lens, possibly an iris-scanner, an ambient light sensor, and a proximity sensor on the top edge. In fact, the screen seems to surround these sensors, which is very interesting. So it is going to be kind of an invisible notch design. Surely the camera and iris scanner need to be in front of the display, how else will they function?

The Galaxy S10 Plus looks exactly like the Galaxy S10 leaked press render. We are guessing the only difference between the devices, will be in the display size.

Then again, these could be completely fake too. So, take the Galaxy S10 leaked press render with a pinch of salt.

For latest Android News & reviews, follow AndroidPure on TwitterFacebook, and Subscribe to our YouTube channel. Want any help with your Android Smartphone or Gadgets, Ask your Questions at Androidpure Forum.

Ashwin Karthik
Originally a Business Grad, Ashwin is a natural at testing and reviewing apps & games for Windows and Android Apps, as well as flashing ROMs. A proud owner of a Redmi K20, he is also an avid gamer and loves playing on his Computer, PS4 & Nintendo consoles.

Connect with Us



Asus Rog3 Phone E

Asus ROG Phone 3 Review: A gaming King or old wine...

Asus launched their third generation of ROG Smartphone i.e. Asus ROG Phone 3, a few months back in India and we are here with...