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Concept Images of Samsung Galaxy S10 Surface Showing Nearly Bezel-Less Front With Hole in Display

There is still a long time for the Samsung to officially announce its Galaxy S10 device. However, the market is abuzz with speculations regarding features and specifications of the phone. A concept design of the next flagship offering by Samsung was recently seen on social media platforms. It was shared by a designer named Ben Geskin.

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Going by the image, the device resembles the Galaxy S9 from the front quite a bit but the bezels are nearly zero. Additionally, you will notice in the photograph that the phone does not have a display notch but it does have a camera hole in the display. A similar design was spotted in the OPPO R19 and an ASUS-branded smartphone.

The concept images show almost completely bezel-less front which could be achieved if the company puts the front camera in a hole in the display. The images show the same Samsung UI as present in the Galaxy S9. The Bixby button is visible on the left along with volume up and volume down buttons. We are expecting that Samsung will offer a glass back with this new flagship device.

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The Galaxy S10-branded smartphones are expected to arrive in two SoC variants just like their predecessors. The US and China variant of the device will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855/8150 processor while the European variant is expected to include Samsung’s very own Exynos processor. It is expected to be on the same level as Snapdragon 855.

The Galaxy S10 and S10+ will run on Android 9 Pie with Samsung’s Experience UI on top of it. It is expected that the device will come with a new set of camera lenses compared to the Galaxy S9. It is still unknown as to how many camera sensors will be present on the rear side of the Galaxy S10 but some rumours suggested that the company is toying with the idea of two sensors.