Galaxy S10 Concept Sports Three Cameras On The Back: Video

The Samsung Galaxy S10 will not become official until Q1 next year, and while we wait for rumors and leaks to start popping up, a YouTube channel called ‘Concept Creator’ has published a concept design of the Galaxy S10. Do keep in mind that this is just a third-party concept design, and the real Galaxy S10 will probably look considerably different than this. In any case, the design is shown in a 3-minute long video which is embedded down below for your convenience.

As far as the design is concerned, this concept smartphone actually resembles the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus quite a bit. It is made out of metal and glass, and both its front and back sides are curved, and the design of its front and back sides are proportional. The phone’s display is once again curved, while the phone’s bezels are almost non-existent. This Galaxy S10 concept has no bezel below the display, but it has one above the display, even though it’s thinner than the one on the Galaxy S10. The phone’s display sports rounded corners, and it seems like this phone also has two front-facing cameras. A 3.5mm headphone jack sits on top of the device, while you will find its power / lock key on the right. The volume up and down buttons are located on the left, along with a dedicated Bixby button.

Looking on the back side of the device, you will notice two or three horizontally-arranged cameras (Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus, respectively), while a heart-rate sensor and an LED flash sit right below them. Samsung’s logo is included on the back as well, and you’ll notice that a fingerprint scanner is nowhere to be found. Well, this concept phone does have a fingerprint scanner, but it’s located under the display. The Galaxy S10 is shown in both Black and Red color variants in this video, though Samsung is expected to introduce more color variants for the real Galaxy S10 next year.

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