Samsung Galaxy S10 Renders Shown in 360-degrees With a Promising Advanced Technology

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Samsung is yet to unveil its latest invention, the Galaxy S10, early in 2019, but there have been plenty of leaks and rumors surrounding the tech giant's flagship phone. The portfolio will feature the high-end Infinity-O screen display, but the latest leak shows the 360-degree renders of the upcoming device.

91mobiles received the 360-degree renders from OnLeaks based on the leaks and rumors that have been making rounds on the internet since Samsung announced its flagship phones to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The render shows a curved screen with very thin bezels at the top and bottom of the device to give the screen more room to explore with its 6.4-inch display.

The Galaxy S10 will have a "very significant" design changes as what Samsung promised when it announced the flagship phone. Apparently, the company stayed true to its word as the renders show a different screen display compared to its forerunners that have thick bezels on each side.

The renders also suggest two front-facing cameras instead of just one, and it looks like the lenses were positioned on the right corner of the top screen. Instead of slicing a big amount for the selfie cameras, Samsung preferred to dig a tiny hole for the lenses, which can be seen in a cut-out to the top right.

The Galaxy S10 was rumored to have five cameras, but it appears that it has a total of six lenses, according to the renders that suggest four cameras aligned horizontally on the rear of the handset. Samsung remained tight-lipped about the camera features and resolution, but six cameras sound very promising to those that are into phone photography.

The renders were also shown in a video where the power button is positioned on the right side of the device with its Bixby button and volume rocker placed on the left. Rumors also have it that the Galaxy S10 Plus will feature Qualcomm's new and powerful Snapdragon 855 chipset, which is 3x faster than its predecessor, the Snapdragon 845.

The flagship device will also be packed with the world's first ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. Speculations are rife that the Galaxy S10 will support 5G network connectivity although DJ Koh, Samsung's head for mobile previously said that the smartphone will not be Samsung's first 5G version.

Further details of the Galaxy S10 portfolio have been kept under the wraps, but people are leaning on the leaks and rumors surrounding Samsung's next flagship device.

Samsung Galaxy S10 range is expected to hit the store shelves in February 2019.

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