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The Samsung Galaxy S10 was just spotted in the wild

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Samsung Galaxy S10 concept render

After a steady stream of Galaxy S10 leaks that started back in November, today serial tipster Evan Blass has published a photo of what is allegedly the regular Galaxy S10 in the wild.

Coinciding perfectly with previous reports, the smartphone pictured boasts Samsung’s Infinity-O display that was announced back in November. The panel gains this particular name from the circular display hole that sits in the top-right corner and is home to the selfie camera.

Looking at the smartphone’s bezels, Samsung has made some significant improvements over the Galaxy S9 series. The upper one, for starters, appears to be roughly half the size, while the side bezels appear to be slightly thinner too. The chin has also seen quite a bit of a reduction but is unfortunately still a bit thicker than the upper portion.

Moving away from the display, the image confirms the presence of a volume rocker and dedicated Bixby button that will presumably be paired with a power key on the opposite side of the frame. Unfortunately, there are no images of the smartphone’s rear but according to recent information, a triple-camera setup aligned horizontally will be included. 

Evan Blass didn’t provide any specs alongside the live photo of Samsung’s next flagship but he did, however, confirm that the device will support reverse wireless charging. This feature was first seen on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro last October and means that owners will be able to charge other devices and wearables with the phone.

The Galaxy S10 is set to go official in late February alongside the Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10 Lite. Sales of these three smartphones should commence in early March. But eventually, the flagships will be accompanied by an even larger model complete with 5G support.

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