Samsung Galaxy S10 is on the radar since quite some time now, given the fact that it’s almost close to a year since the S9’s release, and Samsung is yet to drop a flagship with the latest trending features in the industry, including in-display fingerprint scanners and notch glasses, to name a few. Earlier we had reported that the S10 will be featuring an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner, a punch-hole style cutout (in place of a notch) and three cameras. Today, a Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Prototype was spotted in the wild, as SlashLeaks reports.
The Prototype Leak- Another Addition To The Rumor Mill
The video title claims that the device in the video is a prototype of Samsung’s upcoming, anticipated flagship, the S10. While leaks like these should always taken with a grain of salt, there are a number of reasons this could be the S10. First of all, we can see that there is a cutout in the top right corner of the device, which is basically the camera cutout present in Samsung’s Infinity-O displays. There is a catch to it, though. Samsung has earlier showcased that the Infinity-O displays will have a cutout on the top left corner of the device. Given that this is a prototype, the final device might be completely different.
This is Samsung's 5G terminal test phone, perhaps one of the prototypes of the Galaxy S10 5G version. pic.twitter.com/BEk8B1Ej8v
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 1, 2018
Secondly, as Ice Universe tweets, the prototype is a 5G variant, and the S10 is the only 5G device rumored. The fact that the prototype has a really thick bezel, raises a question mark over the claim’s authenticity though. But again, this is still a prototype and it might not resemble the final design of the device. Ice Universe is known for authentic leaks, so there might be some truth to all this.
We can expect more information on the S10 pretty soon, as it has been raining leaks for quite some time now. With a triple camera setup,Infinity-O display, ultrasonic scanner and One UI the S10 might prove to be the next big thing in 2019.