Samsung Galaxy S10 Concept Has Snapdragon 855, Triple Rear Cameras

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Samsung will be announcing the Galaxy Note 9 in August this year and the next flagship phone from it could be the Galaxy S10. The S10 is expected to get announced in the first quarter of next year. Using their imaginations, graphics designers at Tech Configurations have created wonderful looking renders of the Galaxy S10 concept phone based on some of its rumors. As it can be seen, the S10 concept has an impressive design along with triple rear cameras.

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The Galaxy S10 houses an Infinity Display design like the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S8. It features a 6.35-inch display that supports 4K+ resolution along with 18.5:9 aspect ratio. It offers higher screen-to-body ratio than predecessor models by shaving off the bottom bezel. It looks like iPhone X, but without a notch. The massive screen of the concept model is fitted with an in-screen fingerprint reader. At the top bezel lies, the iris scanner + facial recognition system that brings added security to the device.

Galaxy S10 Concept

Galaxy S10 Concept

The chassis of the Galaxy S10 was made out of glass. It is speculated to feature eighth-generation Gorilla Glass shield that protects its glass body. Even if the S10 concept phone drops, it is unlikely to do any damage to the device. The S10 concept phone is equipped with triple lens system that features a 66-megapixel sensor as primary lens, a 12-megapixelwide angle lens and 20-megapixel depth camera with 12x optical zoom and SLR capabilities.

Galaxy S10 Concept

Galaxy S10 ConceptThe Samsung Galaxy S10 concept phone has Snapdragon 855 as its brain, 8 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage. It supports 5G networks. What do you think about the S10 concept model? Share us your views below.

Galaxy S10 Concept

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