We are drawing closer to the end of the year, and with all the major phones of 2018 having been launched, we are looking forward to the next gen devices. Samsung's next phone is the most anticipated device, and evleaks spilled the beans on some Galaxy S10 leaked specs.

Galaxy S10 leaked specs includes Infinity-O

(Infinity-O Display)

According to Blass' tweet, the S10 will sport a punch-hole like cutout for the selfie camera embedded in a notch-less screen design. That sounds similar to the Infinity-O display, which was recently announced by Samsung.

The Galaxy S10 leaked specs reveal that the device will be equipped with an in-display fingerprint scanner. And this won't be an optical sensor, it is expected to be a proper ultrasonic scanner.

In terms of photography, the phone will feature a triple camera system on the rear, with one of the sensors being a standard lens, a wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens.

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And finally, the Galaxy S10 leaked specs indicate that the phone will run One UI over Android Pie. This isn't surprising, and was in fact confirmed by Samsung, during the recently concluded Developer's conference.

Galaxy S10 leaked specs

  • Display: Infinity-O design with punch hole selfie cam cutout
  • Security: Ultrasonic In-display fingerprint scanner
  • Rear Cameras: Triple lens: standard + wide-angle + telephoto
  • Operating System: One UI based on Android Pie

Of course, we need to wait and see if these also apply to the Galaxy S10 Plus. A CMIIT listing has revealed three models of the device, with the base variant sporting a 5.84-inch display, while the larger one has a 6.44-inch screen. The S10 has been rumoured to ditch the headphone jack, something which we don't want to see.

It's still pretty early for these to be true, since the launch event is still a long way away, but we think these Galaxy S10 leaked specs can be true, at least regarding the OS and the display.

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