Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S10 in 2019. In terms of specs, it’s not hard to guess that it will be outfitted with the latest Exynos chipset for some markets, and also the latest Qualcomm chipset for other markets. It will also most like pack anywhere between 6-8GB of RAM, and will also probably come with a dual (or triple) rear-facing camera setup.
Those are some of the more “obvious” specs we can expect, but what about design? It seems that the folks at LetsGoDigital (via PhoneArena) might have an idea of what the device could look like, thanks to them unearthing a patent that was filed for by Samsung. As you can see in the render above, it seems to suggest that we could be looking at a “true” edge-to-edge display, where instead of a notch that so many people seem to dislike, Samsung has opted for a small circular cutout in the top left corner of the phone.
What this also seems to suggest is that for the first time in a while, Samsung might actually not offer curved edges for its Galaxy S phones. The design kicked off several generations ago before it eventually became a staple feature in all of Samsung’s flagships, but if these renders and patent designs are accurate, Samsung could be headed in another direction for the Galaxy S10.
In any case it’s probably a good idea to take it with a grain of salt for now, but hopefully we’ll have more details in the coming months.
- 551 PPI
- f/1.5 Aperture
- Wireless Charging
- Snapdragon 855