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Here Is What the Galaxy S10 Could Look Like When It Launches – Leakster Unveils Codename of Flagship

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Jun 20, 2018
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With devices like the OPPO Find X putting the iPhone X and Galaxy S9 to shame thanks to its outstanding and symmetrical design, Samsung will need to come up with some of that aesthetics magic to really shock the industry with the unveiling of the Galaxy S10. Fortunately, if you take a look at this prototype, it could provide you with how the smartphone could look like when it is officially released.

Popular Leakster Unveils Codename ‘Beyond’, Which Is the Same Name as the Codename Belonging to Galaxy S10

If you take a look at the caption from Ice Universe, the leakster has mentioned the name ‘Beyond’. That can certainly not be a coincidence because according to our previous reporting, the Galaxy S10 was leaked to feature the codename ‘Beyond’. While all this talk of codenames is getting rather boring, let us talk about something very interesting, such as the design.

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If you take a look at the image given below, the alleged prototype of the Galaxy S10 features no notch and no chin bezel. It instead features a completely symmetrical design, with razor-thin bezels, which can often be achieved if you use AMOLED screen technology. It is also possible that the Galaxy S10 will also be using bone-conductive technology to act as the speaker part of the smartphone, which means that Samsung will be able to create a complete display of the smartphone without introducing any cutouts or black blemishes in the form of notches.

Just like the OPPO Find X, the Galaxy S10 could usher a new type of design, one that customers would love to upgrade to. The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus did not offer a lot of things in the design department so Samsung will have to compensate a lot when it is introducing the successor down the road. For now, we will be waiting for the Galaxy Note 9 to arrive and from the looks of it, the design of the flagship phablet is not expected to be changed by much.

If you want to know more about the Galaxy S10, or Galaxy X be sure to check out our extensive features, specifications, pricing and release date roundup here.

Source: Twitter (Ice Universe)

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