Samsung Galaxy S10 Concept Shows the New Design and the Known Changes

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With the teaser around the Galaxy A8s last week, we saw that Samsung is working on a unique piece of innovation. The smartphone is equipped with an all-screen design, but the notch is nowhere to be seen. Samsung has equipped the screen with a small hole, a technology that Apple is also working on.

However, rumors confirmed that we would not see this design in the Galaxy S10 series yet. A rumor we could actually find ourselves in, but we were wrong. A screen protector leak has suggested that Samsung’s next-gen display tech is already in circulation with the manufacturer. Accessory makers are already busy with the new display and that really confirms the rule. The Galaxy S10 is most likely to carry a screen without a notch.

And with that information in mind, a new concept design has been brought out by Ben Geskin. Previously we saw a sleek design, but this variant is equipped with all new information. Long story short: the new Samsung Galaxy S10 will probably look like compared to the S9 and the iPhone Xs Max.

It is clear that the new technology offers you more screen for the money you pay for it. That would mean that Samsung does not yet start a Face Unlock like the current iPhones do. But watching videos or playing games will be a lot more pleasant!

Just keep in mind that we are dealing with a concept design. This model is made up of everything that has been leaked and it is not official. We will probably know how the device will finally look like during CES 2019. The event will be held in January and will be followed up by MWC one month later. Whether the device is announced in January or February does not matter: we still have enough time to discover more about Samsung‘s new smartphone!

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