New Galaxy S10 renders show display hole and triple camera array

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Samsung Galaxy S10+ Leaks In Highest-Resolution Renders Yet

"Now, we're partnering to create a smartphone to put the power of 5G in the palm of your hand".

Samsung Nigeria posted a video on Twitter promoting the Galaxy Note9 - one of its flagships for 2018.

A small chin will still be present on the Galaxy S10+ which will stick with Samsung's Edge Display and deliver yet another display panel that curves alongside its long edges, as per the same source and previous claims from other industry insiders.

This could allow the Galaxy S10 to take selfies that fit more subjects into a single frame.

Along with the oval cutout housing the dual selfie cameras (there is nothing being hidden here in these renders unlike some companies who forbid showing the notch in advertising material) there is also a triple camera on the rear. This design novelty was to accumulate more content on Samsung's bigger display screens and to interact with the display more efficiently.

An illustration depicted in the patent filing shows a Galaxy device with a fingerprint sensor on the back of the display. Of course you can expect Samsung to pack the full with the best processor available at the time: we expect the Exynos 9820 to arrive in the Australian version.

Samsung and Verizon announced they will release a 5G smartphone sometime in the first half of next year.

Samsung has been working on in-display fingerprint scanning technology for its phones for years, but if a newly published patent is any guide, the South Korea tech giant wants to bring the feature to its smartwatches too.

Although the details about the mobile phone are unknown, Bloomberg and Wall Street Journal previously reported that the 5G mobile phone we're talking about is the Galaxy S10 5G special edition. The Galaxy S10 lineup might be the last flagships from Samsung to feature the headphone jack.

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