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Leaked Galaxy S10 protective glass confirms a smaller camera punch-hole

Leaked Galaxy S10 protective glass confirms a smaller camera punch-hole

The Wall Street Journal has also hinted a fourth version of the Galaxy S10 could be in the works and may be more premium than the expected Galaxy S10+.

In the list of new developments, PhoneArena has leaked the dimensions of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+. In the case of the Galaxy A8S it's quite a big hole, but it looks like the pinhole in the Samsung Galaxy S10 will be smaller.

According to the report, the Galaxy S10 will come in three different sizes; S10 Lite which will have a 5.8-inch screen, the S10 which will have a 6.1-inch screen while S10+ will have a 6.4-inch screen. The picture does not reveal any other details about the Galaxy S10.

Based on a report by sammobile.com, the Samsung Galaxy S10 series is expected to come equipped "Powershare", which has the same reverse wireless charging capabilities similar to that of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. It is said that while both models will have 7.8mm of thickness, the regular Galaxy S10 will have 148.9mm height and 70.9mm width.

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The Samsung Galaxy S10 is set for release in March. Additionally, the rumour indicates the device will sport a dual front-facing shooter with an Infinity-O display. These are high-res AMOLED panels that have an opening for a camera - or cameras, in the case of the S10+ - and take up nearly the entire front of the device. At the back it flaunts a triple camera setup along with an LED flash and a heart rate sensor.

Not much has been talked about Beyond X which is anticipated to be the tenth anniversary edition phone. Still, there are very thin bezels at the top and bottom, but no unsightly notch, right?

Such an aesthetic has been shown in a number of recently-announced devices such as the Huawei Nova 4, the Samsung Galaxy A8s and the Honor View 20. However, Samsung could finally ditch the audio jack on the Galaxy Note 10.


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