Galaxy S10 To Borrow From Xiaomi As Latest Leak Provides Clarity
As is the case every year, November is turning out as a great month for rumors and reports related to Samsung’s Galaxy S flagships. Last year, reports for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ picked up the pace in the month, and this trend has continued in 2018. After covering three separate reports for the Galaxy S10 earlier today, we’ve got two more that are bound to excite at least some of you. So, hed over below for all the details.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Will Feature Razer Sharp Bezels Courtesy Of Brand New Infinity-O Display Panels
In today’s second batch of Galaxy S10 rumors, reports and leaks, we’ll start off with the gadget’s screen protectors. Protector leaks are known for providing critical details for upcoming gadgets’ screens, especially in times when other hardware leaks are scarce. They helped us a lot with Apple’s 2018 iPhone lineup, and now the leaks are back to provide details for the Galaxy S10 lineup.
It’s widely reported that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will feature new Infinity-O display panels that will be notch-free and house the front camera sensor under a laser drilled hole at the top left of the screen. Now, we’ve got a plethora of screen protectors that show how this new panel will appear on the Galaxy S10. Take a look.
Samsung Will Pull Off A Xiaomi With The Galaxy S10 As It Allegedly Plans To Introduce A Ceramic Variant In The Lineup
As we reported earlier today, Samsung’s mobile chief DJ Koh is feeling the pressure after the company performed rather poorly with the Galaxy S9 lineup. Now, in addition to planning a massive 5G enabled S10, Koh and his team are also looking to borrow a leaf from Xiaomi’s book. Folks over at Sammobile (who’ve gotten very active all of a sudden with ‘exclusive’ Galaxy S10 reports), believe that Samsung will launch one Galaxy S10 variant in ceramic.
This variant will be available in both Black and White, and will most likely be the high-end (or highest-end ) Galaxy S10. This smartphone, in particular, is reported to feature four rear camera setups, at a time when Samsung will also equip the Galaxy S10 lineup with Time of Flight cameras to improve 3D spatial recognition.
Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.