Samsung’s unreleased Galaxy S10 looks stunning in these new renders

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The SM-G970 belongs to the unlocked version of the Galaxy S10 Lite for the U.S. Previous reports have revealed that the S10 Lite is fitted with a 5.8-inch S-AMOLED Infinity Display that supports 18.5:9 aspect ratio and full HD+ resolution.

We are a few weeks away from the Samsung Galaxy S10 release and it is just a matter of time until we see the much-anticipated smartphone from Samsung and how powerful it is.

With that in mind a newly leaked image has surfaced courtesy of phone leaker extraordinaire Evan Blass on Twitter showcasing what is reportedly the upcoming Galaxy S10. Samsung and Apple lead the list as the former prefers the Mobile World Congress that will take in Barcelona later in February and Apple has often released their new devices during dry periods when there were no rival announcements.

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The S10 is rumoured to be the stamp to the hole-punch on flagships. However, thanks to new renders, we can see how Samsung Galaxy S10 would look like, and it would be stunning. The Galaxy S10 will apparently use reverse wireless charging, allowing you to recharge your other compatible devices from the phone.

It's been quite sometime now since we are surrounded by rumors and leaks of Galaxy S10. It would be a new thing for many markets where Huawei devices are not available. Also, the 5G variant is expected to launch in South Korea and North America only as of now while there is an Exynos 9820 counterpart of all Galaxy S10 devices as well. A lack of new features and bland design choices made the two smartphone looked like minimal upgrades that deserved to be skipped.

While we have not seen this design in person, it certainly is far more aesthetically pleasing than the screen notches that dominated a year ago.

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