The YouTube channel “Science and Knowledge” has published a new video concept of the Samsung Galaxy S10, the top range that will be released early next year. According to the latest rumors and leaks, Galaxy S10 will be the first in the range to be equipped with a screen-to-body ratio close to 100%.
In reality, the new concept is a bit tight from this point of view and shows us a device that mostly resembles the previous top of the range. See the video at the end of the article to see the new S10 concept.
Samsung Galaxy S10 in a new concept
The top of the range device of the South Korean company has in this video a widescreen with thin frames even more optimized than the previous top of the range.
Previously announced, the fingerprint sensor was finally removed from the back of Samsung Galaxy S10 and implemented into the display.
On the front, there are two selfies cameras to capture the image in much more detail. The 3D facial recognition scanner is also present.
At the back, however, the device has a triple camera system in line with the competition to make sure you take the best images whenever you want, regardless of the light conditions.
What else we know so far about Samsung Galaxy S10
As far as we know, Samsung Galaxy S10 will be a compelling handset. In this new concept, released by YouTube channel “Science and Knowledge,” the creators imagine a Galaxy S10 with 8GB of RAM.
On the other hand, Samsung commenced the production of LPDDR5 and NAND UFS 3.0 RAM chips, and some think these technologies will be implemented in the future Galaxy S10.
Also, Galaxy S10 will boast a 5.8-inch display, while the S10 Plus variant will come out with a 6.3-inch screen. Besides, it will be powered by a Samsung Exynos chipset, for the European market, and by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC in North America.