While rumors about the Galaxy Note 9 are to be expected after the release of the Galaxy S9, the Samsung Galaxy S10 seems kind of remote right now. Not quite, since we’ve just uncovered a preview of a new Samsung design, associated to the Galaxy S10.

Last I heard, the Galaxy S10 had an exclusivity for the Snapdragon 855 and it could even get a 5G modem. From what I see the device continues on the line started by the Galaxy S8, with very narrow bezel and virtually no bezel on the sides and bottom. At the back I see that the dual camera has been turned at 90 degrees, from virtual orientation to portrait one.

The “forehead” of the facade seems to stay the same size as on the Galaxy S9. Frankly speaking, I find the back side fugly and Samsung would never agree to something like this. I’d rather see them copying the iPhone X with a vertical orientation of the dual cameras. I’m pretty sure that the Galaxy S10 will have a dual camera, just like the S10+.

Since there’s no fingerprint scanner visible here, it’s probably integrated in the screen.

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