It’ll be a few months before Samsung unveils the Galaxy S10 but, thanks to a new concept, we won’t have to wait that long to see it.
Ben Geskin on Friday released a concept of the Galaxy S10 running Android 9 Pie, and it looks absolutely stunning.
The concept appears to use information revealed in an earlier report from Bloomberg, which said the Galaxy S10 would use curved OLED displays and an in-display fingerprint sensor. The report also claimed Samsung would adopt a triple-camera setup, similar to what we’ve seen in other high-end Android devices.
In Geskin’s concept, the display’s bezels have been minimized considerably, but unlike the majority of new Android devices, the Galaxy S10 isn’t expected to have a notch. Instead, it will feature a front-facing camera that’s “tucked under the screen,” according to Bloomberg.
For good measure, Geskin’s concept displays the Galaxy S10 running Android 9 Pie, with the time now on in the top-left corner of the display. Other than that, the software looks patented Samsung, although the three-button layout is missing from the bottom now that Google is prioritizing navigation gestures.
Check out the concept in the picture above.