Even though we are still a few months away from the possible global launch of Galaxy S10, the flurry of leaks have started on the web. Earlier leaks have indicated a flat variant of Galaxy S10 along with triple cameras, a notch-less screen with the new infinity display having just a hole for the camera, and In-display Fingerprint Scanner. Three models of the flagship device are also listed on CMIIT China certification database i.e. SM-G9700, SM-G9730 and SM-G9750.

Alleged images of Samsung Galaxy S10 dummy units have surfaced on Chinese social network Weibo, which in our opinion may not be the official dummy units but created by enthusiasts. These images reveal a horizontal camera module with triple cameras at the rear with a design similar to what we have seen in Galaxy A9 (that were aligned vertically though).

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The images also show the retail box and the boot screen of the phone, but again we feel these are far from real ones. We can clearly see the triple camera module along with LED flash aligned horizontally while on the retail box, 128GB is visible which may be the base variant storage.

Apart from these dummy unit images, a screen protector / front panel of Galaxy S10 has also surfaced which reveals minor bezels but doesn't show the slot/hole for the front camera as we are expecting with the new infinity display.

Samsung Galaxy S10

Samsung 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
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The Samsung Galaxy S10 is also rumoured to ditch the headphone jack, something which we don’t want to see. We still need to wait for some more confirmation before we can be sure of that.

As with any other leak, take this with a pinch of salt. Stay tuned at Androidpure and we will keep you updated.

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