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Samsung Galaxy S10 Looks Amazing In New Renders

Galaxy M30 concept via All About Samsung Galaxy M30 concept via All About Samsung
Cecil Davis | 11 January, 2019, 08:09

As with any big smartphone release, leaks and rumours are abound long before we get a look at the actual phone.

Samsung's Galaxy phone display at CES 2019 showcased all of the company's Galaxy and Galaxy Note phones since the series was launched in 2009, with one notable exception - the Galaxy S10.

The first ever image of a Samsung Galaxy S10 has been leaked. Rumors have it that the South Korean company will be unveil the Galaxy S10 series on February 20.

Samsung demos Digital Cockpit platform at CES 2019
The most exciting product by Samsung was the 98-inch 8K QLED TV which is the biggest 8K TV by Samsung, surpassing last year's 85-inch 8K TV.

Samsung has not revealed any information regarding these devices yet. The Galaxy S10 photo shows a hole punch camera sensor. It is likely that Samsung will opt to use a bold new design with minimal bezels and an improved Super AMOLED display that will look awesome. Further, we have the toned-down Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and a 5G S10 model is in the headlines too which could materialize since Snapdragon has already launched the X50 5G modem with SDM 855 and few devices across the globe have already harnessed it such as the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G and others.

Probably the most interesting fact is that we'll reportedly see the Infinity U display debut on the Galaxy M30 (or maybe the entire line-up).

Even Blass, a re known tipster tweeted about the incoming flagship indicating that it will allow users "to wirelessly charge other compatible devices like handsets and watches" by placing them on the handset's chassis. There would be major changes in the design and undoubtedly would be the most powerful device of the S series of the year. Thus, we have a lot to figure out as the release date is nearing so stay tuned on True-Tech to know more. A lack of new features and bland design choices made the two smartphone looked like minimal upgrades that deserved to be skipped.