Latest Galaxy S10 leak showcases punch hole display design

Alfred Osborne
January 11, 2019

Samsung's Galaxy phone display at CES 2019 showcased all of the company's Galaxy and Galaxy Note phones since the series was launched in 2009, with one notable exception - the Galaxy S10.

The photo has been revealed by Evan Blass, a smartphone leaker that has given us lots of images and specs each year.

Unfortunately, EE chooses its words very carefully on the new webpage, so you won't find any clues about which rumoured features will make the cut for the next entry into the best-selling Galaxy S smartphone series.

EE requires users to give their name, current mobile number, email address, and current network to get the latest information on when the next-generation Samsung smartphone will be available to buy.

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There's plenty that has been rumored about the S10 range though, with leaks pointing to there being at least three different models, an in-screen fingerprint scanner, a top-end chipset, a pinhole camera on the front and three (or possibly even more) cameras on the rear. Other devices and leaks have come to light from other manufacturers using this design.

This feature is not new in the smartphone world, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro launched a year ago with this feature. Of course this year, like every year in the past, the hottest new devices of the year will be nowhere to be found in Las Vegas this week. Also, the 5G variant is expected to launch in South Korea and North America only as of now while there is an Exynos 9820 counterpart of all Galaxy S10 devices as well.

It's been quite sometime now since we are surrounded by rumors and leaks of Galaxy S10. Do you like the new hole punch camera design?

In the pics below, we can see how incredible the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 looks, as it's boasting some very cool color schemes, such as red, gold, silver, black, and blue.

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