Monday , January 25 2021

[FOTOS] This will look like the Samsung Galaxy S10

The series "Galaxy S" from Samsung is one of the smartphones The most popular market and that's one of them the most important devices for the South Korean company.

However, one of the company's current flagship vessels, Galaxy S9, his days would have been numbered, some pictures have already appeared that would match heir of this device, Samsung Galaxy S10.

The South Korean firm always introduces a new version of its "Galaxy S" end of February or early March, corresponding to the date of Mobile World Congress, the largest mobile telephony exhibition in the world.

Last Wednesday, OnLeaks, Twitter account dedicated to posting photos of future devices uploaded images of what the next high-end Samsung looks like, highlighted by the presence of a on the front screen and the recess or slot located on the right side of the panel.

In addition, the device would have a a dual camera at the front and four cameras on the back.

While, the fingerprint reader will be removed from the back, to be integrated directly on the screen.

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<p itemprop=After disclosing this filtering, the PhoneArena portal recorded that the photo was filtered to match to the future flagship of South Korea and this He was in the test phase at a factory belonging to the company.

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<p itemprop=For the moment, Samsung did not mention these leaks, but the truth is we will have to wait end of February or early March, when the company announced its "Unpacked" event to present the world to the heir of the Galaxy S9.

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