Galaxy S10, first real image of Samsung’s 2019 flagship

The first photo of the Galaxy S10, the next top of the Samsung smartphones line, has come online unofficially and it seems to confirm some of the rumors so far.

The image was posted on Twitter by the journalist Evan Balss and is partially censored to hide applications on the main screen. However, the main constructive features of the front side can be observed.

First, you can see the front camera that is integrated into an orifice created directly in the screen, more precisely in the top right corner of the screen.

A wide circular black frame around the front camera makes it look bigger than it actually is, and it takes a few millimeters from the screen .

Secondly, it confirms that due to the integration of the front camera into the screen opening, the Galaxy S10 will not have a notch. The frame above the screen is straight and very narrow.

The same can not be said about the chin under the screen, which occupies more space.

Galaxy S10 photo

From the information so far, it seems that the Galaxy S10 will be available in three versions plus a fourth one called Beyond X with a larger screen and 1 TB of internal storage space.

The future Samsung flagship would use an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor integrated into the screen and be able to charge other devices wirelessly if the user feels generous.

The official launch of the Galaxy S10 will take place on February 20th and will most likely be seen at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, ​​which will begin on February 25th.

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