Samsung Galaxy S10 case render shows triple-camera setup, thin bezels

Samsung Galaxy S10 case render reveals triple-camera setup, extremely thin bezels
Earlier this week, the larger Galaxy S10+ was showcased entirely in a 360-degree render video. This was then followed by a leaked prototype earlier today. And now, thanks to the folks over at Forbes, the design of the regular Galaxy S10 has allegedly been revealed.

Following in the footsteps of the Galaxy S10+, the regular Galaxy S10 looks set to debut with extremely thin bezels around the entire display. These are combined with a new display hole in the top-right corner. But this time around, the cut-out is circular and houses just one selfie camera instead of two. Another difference worth pointing out is the fact that the regular model features a 6.1-inch display, whereas the large variant's display sits at 6.4-inches in size, according to leaked information.

Moving over to the smartphone's rear, a horizontal camera much like the ones seen previously on Samsung's Galaxy Note series is present. Unlike the current-gen Galaxy Note 9 which sports two rear cameras, though, the Galaxy S10 includes three. These are rumored to include a main 12-megapixel sensor, a 13-megapixel telephoto camera, and a third 16-megapixel one that boasts a wide-angle lens. Unfortunately, this device skips the mysterious fourth camera seen on the Galaxy S10+.

In regards to other features, the case renders point towards the presence of a power key, a volume rocker, and a dedicated Bixby button along the Galaxy S10's aluminum frame. In addition to this, a bottom-firing speaker is to be expected along with a USB Type-C port.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 should make its official debut in late February at MWC 2019. It’s currently set to be powered by either Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 or Samsung’s own Exynos 9820. These will likely be accompanied by 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The phone's battery capacity remains unclear at the moment, but the presence of Android 9 Pie compete with the One UI overlay straight out of the box is to be expected.

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