Samsung is working on launching the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup of smartphones during the Mobile World Congress 2019. The base variant of the lineup, the standard Samsung Galaxy S10 has recently popped up on the internet yet again as more render images of the device have got leaked.
As seen in the image above, the standard Galaxy S10 will feature a dual camera setup and a rather flat screen design. We can see the volume rocker and the Bixby button on the left side of the device and the power button on the right.
At the bottom, we can see a 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB Type-C charging port.
The Galaxy S10+ has recently appeared on the AnTuTu benchmark website wherein it has topped the charts by quite a margin.
You can check out more live shots and the complete AnTuTu scores by following this coverage.
The AnTuTu score reveals the following information about the device:
- Android 9.0 Pie
- Exynos 9820 chipset
- Mali-G76 GPU6GB RAM
- 128GB internal storage
- 2280 x 1080 pixels
- AnTuTu Score: 325076
Furthermore, the device has also reportedly received the FCC certification meaning that the launch date is approaching.
In addition, the Korean manufacturer has shown several new Infinity screens at the Developer Conference, including the Infinity-O display. With this screen at the top, in the middle, there is a hole for the selfie camera.
This clearly indicates that the rumors surrounding the Galaxy S10 to be a substantial upgrade over its predecessor are apparently not much of rumors.
So far, we have received plenty of intel on the device and you can check it all out by searching for the device from the search bar or by following our existing coverage of the same from here.
As of now, there is no word on the official release date of the device, but it is almost certain that we will see a launch somewhere in the month of January or February during the Mobile World Congress 2019.
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