We’ve seen all sorts of leaks about the Galaxy S10, but we’re yet to see any real-life images of the highly anticipated smartphone. This drought might be ending now since there’s a new image doing the rounds on the internet.
The photo was shared on Twitter and spotted by Wccftech. It was apparently taken on a South Korean subway. The snapshot is pretty blurry, but we can make out a nearly bezel-less screen and a punch hole-style selfie camera at the top-right corner. Of course, the hole could be part of the app or something else entirely, but the tipster is fairly certain it’s a lens.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Real-Life Image
Even the Pixel 3 was similarly spotted in a subway before getting launched, so it’s not beyond reason for employees to use the smartphone on public transport like this. Still, there’s no hard evidence to confirm the handset really is the Galaxy S10. It’s best to take the image with a healthy dose of salt up until something more solid comes along.
As it happens, Phone Arena recently got its hands on a number of renders and specification details by an anonymous source. It seems the 6.1-inch Galaxy S10 and 6.4-inch Galaxy S10+ will mostly look the same, complete with 3 rear cameras. The former might grab a single selfie snapper, while the latter could obtain a dual-selfie setup.
The Galaxy S10 Lite could be a bit more economical with its photography skills. Instead of 3 cameras at the back and 2 at the front, it’ll probably settle for 2 at the back and 1 at the front. Each model is likely to retain the beloved 3.5mm headphone jack. However, the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 might not be as lucky.