Galaxy S10 with an under-display front-facing camera might look like

Samsung continues to next S series flagship phone and now his new concepts with an under-display front-facing camera. The successors to probably the most important Android device lineup are expected to arrive sometime in early 2019, quite possibly right before the MWC expo in February 2019.

Some of the latest hearsay claims that the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+ could adopt a new design with an extremely high screen-to-body ratio and also features a unique positioning of the front-facing camera. This is the new concepts of Galaxy S10, According to Twitter users, Ben Gaskin(@VenyaGaskin1) upcoming Galaxy S series phone comes with under-display front-facing camera setup as well as the fingerprint sensor also. These only concepts not reality but we are expecting Samsung may launch the Galaxy S10 with new features.

Galaxy S10 render by Ben Geskin


Samsung has been wildly rumored to be working on front cameras situated under the display which could bring us another step closer to the coveted “all-screen” designs of the near future. Jokingly dubbed “piercings”, such displays would feature a small cutout that would allow the lens to gather light and snap your next best Instagram selfie.

Previous information about the Galaxy S10 is that Samsung is working with an Israeli-based company called Mantis Vision to develop the technology needed for this feature. and the Galaxy S10 & S10 Plus will provide a fingerprint reader on the screen as an alternative biometric security feature. There are a number of handsets with this new technology that appears in 2018, so it will not be too surprising when Samsung is working with it.

Samsung Galaxy S10 specifications leaked


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