Galaxy S10 punch hole further hinted by screen protector leak

Galaxy S10 punch hole further hinted by screen protector leak

Along with renders of the two devices, you can also see some seemingly third-party cases leaked as well.

Called Samsung Galaxy M20, the phone's notch can be spotted in a recent leak published by 91mobiles and which confirms that the only good thing about it is that Samsung at least isn't going for a notch the size of the one on the iPhone X. Or worse, as large as Google Pixel 3 XL's. If these do indeed show the Galaxy S10, we can safely assume we're seeing the Galaxy S10 Plus, not just the base model. Both the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ will ship with Android 9 Pie, and Samsung's all-new One UI skin on top of Google's operating system.

Next we have sneak preview shots of the Galaxy S10 Lite, thanks to another prolific Twitter leaker, Ice Universe. Interestingly, he also claims that it will come with a dual-camera setup at the rear.

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It will be the first phone to arrive with in-screen camera hole design that will allow the smartphone to deliver a very high screen-to-body ratio.

That means that unlike the optical scanners featured in the OnePlus 6 or Mate 20 Pro, the Samsung Galaxy S10 uses sound waves to create a 3D "mould" of your fingertip.

We've also seen a device that likely gives us some basic clues aiming at the design language of Samsung's next family of devices. This time with AT&T and the company plans to release it in 2019 in the US. All the Galaxy S10 units will include wireless charging, and it's quite possible that all of them will ship with in-display fingerprint scanners as well.

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