A render of the Galaxy S10 has surfaced online that shows only the rear of the phone. The image reveals that the Galaxy S10 will even differ more from the Galaxy S10+.
Galaxy S10+ 3D renders released by OnLeaks yesterday show the phone will have four cameras on the back. For the Galaxy S10, Samsung is cutting down the number of rear cameras by half which means there will even be a significant difference in the camera performance of both phones compared to their predecessors.
Galaxy S10 back design, double camera. pic.twitter.com/Oq37OZkMIU
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The Galaxy S10’s rear cameras are arranged horizontally and share the same housing with the LED flash and the blood pressure monitor. There is no fingerprint scanner which confirms it will also have an in-display fingerprint scanner like the Galaxy S10+.
The phone is covered in glass and is curved on the sides. The volume rocker and Bixby button are on the left while the power button is on the right. There is also what appears to be a TPU case with a large cut-out beside the phone.
The Galaxy S10 will launch next year with the new Exynos 9820/Snapdragon 855 processor. It will also have an Infinity-O display with a hole at the corner for the front-facing camera