The Samsung Galaxy S10, unveiled in its first real image thanks to Evan Blass

Here it is. The device that appears in the image on these lines, shared a few minutes ago by the recognized leaker Evan Blass, is the new Samsung Galaxy S10, whose launch would be planned for next February, just before the Mobile World Congress 2019 opens its doors officially.

Although the image has been modified to prevent the source responsible for sharing it from being identified, it is possible to confirm some of the features that were already rumored for some time. A detail to highlight, is that the model that appears in the photograph corresponds to the variant “Beyond 1”, presumably the most affordable model of the trio of phones that Samsung plans to announce.

The cheapest of the Galaxy S10, uncovered

The Samsung Galaxy S10, unveiled in its first real image thanks to Evan Blass
The Samsung Galaxy S10, unveiled in its first real image thanks to Evan Blass

One of the details that are confirmed when viewing the photograph shared by Blass, is the change of design format with respect to the current generation of the Galaxy S series. Samsung decided to continue the trend of reducing the margins that surround the screen to the maximum, at the expense of resorting to another solution that allows to integrate the camera for selfies in the front. For this, this time we see a hole in the screen, which corresponds to the Infinity-O style introduced by the company several months ago, and debuted next to the Galaxy A8s in December.

Given that we are facing the less pointer model of the three that will form the Galaxy S10 series, the rest of the margins surrounding the panel are not as small as we would expect in the higher price models. On the other hand, although previous rumors had suggested that the screen of this model would be totally flat, finally everything points to the characteristic edge curvature of the star models of the company is still present.

The own Blass, has also confirmed one of the peculiarities of this model as it is the possibility of charging other devices wirelessly, through a system similar to the reverse wireless charge that we saw in the Huawei Mate 20 series.

Beyond that, it is not possible to extract much more information from the image shared by the famous American filtering agent, although it would not be surprising that with the passing of the days new data would appear that will help us to make an increasingly clear image of what we can expect during the next Samsung Unpacked event that -probably- will take place in the month of February.

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