Galaxy S10 Concept Sports No Bezels & Has Three Main Cameras

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is not expected to arrive until Q1 next year, and while solid leaks and rumors haven’t started popping up yet, the Galaxy S10 concept video did surface. The Galaxy S10 concept was published by the ‘Science and Knowledge’ YouTube channel, and it envisions Samsung’s upcoming flagship. The device that you can check out in the embedded video is actually a significant upgrade over the Galaxy S9, at least as far as the design is concerned, and even though the real Galaxy S10 will look different to this phone, of course, Samsung is expected to change up the design of the phone compared to the Galaxy S9.

As you can see, this Galaxy S10 concept handset sports basically no bezel, well, unless you count its earpiece, which is extremely thin. The phone’s display is curved on the sides, similar to the Galaxy S), while its power / lock button sits on the right-hand side. The volume up, volume down and Bixby buttons are included on the left, while the phone’s charging port and loudspeaker are included on the bottom. The source envisioned three cameras on the back of the Galaxy S10, and those cameras are vertically aligned, while they protrude on the back, they’re not flush with the phone’s back. A fingerprint scanner is not visible on the device because it’s embedded below the phone’s display.

Along with the design of this phone, the source also released some specifications. The Galaxy S10 concept is fueled by the Snapdragon 855 SoC which has not been announced just yet, while it supports wireless charging. This concept phone got shown in several colors in the provided video, including Gray, Red, Blue, and Black. That is more or less all the info that was shared in the provided video, and if you’d like to check out the design yourself, the concept video is embedded down below.

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