We already know, or believe we know, what the Samsung Galaxy S10 will look like. The big questions are in the details. That is, how big will be the margins of the smartphone? What will the device screen look like? Will we have a "Lite" model? Will the camera hole be too big?
Since the Samsung Galaxy S10 will feature a different design from its predecessors, these details remain unanswered.
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By the way, yesterday we had another image of an alleged Galaxy S10 that left us even more questions for not appearing to have the curved screen.
Samsung Galaxy S10 will be unveiled in February officially
Therefore, it is only with these small leaks of information here and there that we get the details clarified.
Today we have another screensaver for the supposed Samsung Galaxy S10 and we can see that the hole in the smartphone screen will not be as big as we saw in the Samsung Galaxy A8s. The first to bring Infinity-O display technology.
That way we see that the screen hole of the supposed Samsung Galaxy S10 will be considerably smaller and pulled to the right.
Of course nothing guarantees us that this is the screensaver of the smartphone. We can see that the screen seems to have reduced margins, but slightly larger than its competitor iPhone.
Concerning the screen the doubts remain but the specifications seem more clarified. We should have the Exynos 9820 processor (Snapdragon in the US), 6 or 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
According to rumors, the Samsung Galaxy S10 will continue with a glass construction and will offer reverse wireless charging, the same as Huawei unveiled in the Mate 20 Pro.
In short, as time goes on we will learn more about the next high-end Android that will be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in February.
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