Samsung Galaxy S10 leaked photo: Could this be the full screen display of the future?

Samsung Galaxy S10 leaked photo

A Samsung Galaxy S10 leaked photo has appeared out of the blue, but it may not be real. Frankly, we think it is highly unlikely that the device will be ready so soon.

The South Korean electronics giant usually launches its flagship phone at the Mobile World Congress, which is held during February every year.

Even the Galaxy Note 9, is yet to be released. It is impossible that Samsung has a working S10 already. The company will be using its next gen Exynos processor, which we can expect to be unveiled during CES 2019 in January, and the next Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, possibly the Snapdragon 855 which may be launched in December.

So, with that being said, the Samsung Galaxy S10 leaked photo is not that bad. In fact, it is the total opposite, it looks really good, and could be the full screen display of the future.

Vivo Apex is the latest phone, which ditched the notch display and features pop-up cameras powered by motors. Samsung could do something similar too, especially considering the really marginal improvement in the design of the Galaxy S9 over the S8.

In-display fingerprint scanners are a thing too, and Samsung was rumoured to tried to include that on the Galaxy S9, but it simply ran out of time. The S10 could have one I suppose.

The┬áSamsung Galaxy S10 leaked photo from Ice Universe was captioned with the words “This may be a design beyond.” could be a reference to the codename of the Galaxy S10, which is supposedly Beyond.

A rival leaker, OnLeaks took a dig at Ice Universe’s leak suggesting it is a hilarious fake. Not nice. It was a cheap shot but, well there are other ways to get someone’s attention.

Considering Ice Universe’s record of accurate leaks, we can safely assume that the leak could be real after all. Nowhere does he mention the mention the words Samsung or even Galaxy S10. For all we know, it could be the Galaxy Note 9 too.

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