We’ve seen plenty of concept images of what people think the Galaxy S10 will look like. Now, thanks to an image shared by Evan Blass, we have a more concrete idea of the device’s design ahead of debut in a few months.
According to Blass, the device shown off in the image is the “Beyond 1” variant of the Galaxy S10, which appears to feature a hole punch design and a nearly bezel-less display. “Beyond 1” could be one of three variants of the Galaxy S10 Samsung releases.
Recently, Samsung officially unveiled its Infinity-O display, so we knew this design was coming. In a recent Twitter poll we did, fans seemed to prefer the OnePlus 6T’s teardrop notch over Samsung’s hole punch alternative.
In addition to the “Beyond 1” variant of the Galaxy S10, Samsung is also expected to introduce a more affordable Galaxy S10 alongside a larger Galaxy S10, the latter of which may feature a pill-shaped cutout for the front-facing cameras.
In response to his own tweet, Blass said that the Galaxy S10 will support the ability to wireless charge other devices, including smartphones and smartwatches. Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy S10 at the end of February.
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