The Samsung Galaxy S10 goes offering details with the passage of the days thanks to the filtrations. If recently there were a series of clues about the terminal, as it will have up to four different models and that would reach the market in 9 different colors, now an image filters its possible design with great detail.
Ben Geskin, a well-known leaker and designer, has published an image that reveals the possible design of the Samsung Galaxy S10, the new terminal in which the South Korean firm works and that could present in the coming months. It is a prototype of the terminal that Geskin himself has created based on the leaks of the Bloomberg report, but offers interesting details about the characteristics of it.
What most striking about this image is that the Samsung Galaxy S10 would have a full screen, without bevels. Instead of a notch, the smartphone would incorporate only one point, which would house the front camera for selfies and that would be under the screen.
Triple rear camera and fingerprint reader on screen.
The leaks also ensure that the Galaxy S10 will have a fingerprint reader integrated into the screen, something that is reflected in this new sketch on the terminal. In addition, on the back would have incorporated a triple camera system placed horizontally.
Another rumor claims that the South Korean company would include an OLED panel occupying the entire front of the Galaxy S10, without frames or notch. To do this, Samsung would have developed panels with small holes that allow the front camera to be hidden on the screen itself, something that the firm has been working on for some time and which recently showed a first sketch.
It is speculated that Samsung will present the Galaxy S10 along with its first folding phone during the first months of 2019. At the moment we have to wait to see if these leaks are true or if, on the contrary, the firm surprises with other features in its new terminal .