If there’s something that we’ve noticed about Samsung’s phones over the years is that for the most part, they don’t seem to feature very massive updates in terms of design. Instead they seem to be changing in small ways, which isn’t a bad thing as it simply means that Samsung found a design that works for them and are just tweaking it along the way.
However for those who feel that this is getting “boring”, you might be interested to learn that according to Samsung’s mobile chief DJ Koh, he apparently told the Chinese media (via SamMobile) that the Galaxy S10 will feature “very significant” design changes. Unsurprisingly Koh did not dive into the details of what those changes will entail, except to say that they will be significant.
There were initial rumors suggesting that the design changes to the Galaxy S10 would be minor at best, but Koh’s statement certainly seems to paint a different picture. There have also been claims about the Galaxy S10 potentially sporting a triple camera setup, and how it could possibly incorporate Qualcomm’s ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor.
In any case it’s probably best to take these claims with a grain of salt for now, but with a rumored announcement set for CES 2019, we might have to wait less time than before to find out the official details.
- 551 PPI
- f/1.5 Aperture
- Wireless Charging
- Snapdragon 855