Samsung is finally about to launch the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup of devices. With fans speculating Samsung’s moves ever since the Note 9 launched back in August 2018, leaks and renders have come a long way. After months of leaks, renders and concepts, Evan Blass, a trusted leakster has released an image of what seems to be the Samsung Galaxy S10 on Twitter.
So far, rumors have suggested that Samsung would be launching the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup in their dual or triple camera setups. With earlier renders suggesting the fact that the Galaxy S10E would feature a dual camera setup at its rear, the image released by Evan Blass has to be the Samsung Galaxy S10 or the Galaxy S10 Plus.
The image released by Evan Blass does offer some incredible details regarding Samsung’s upcoming flagship. Not only does it confirm the existence of the triple-camera setup, but it seems like the triple-camera setup could come at a cost many may not like, a bump. Based on the image above, it seems like the Samsung Galaxy S10 would come with a camera bump at its rear.
Alongside that, it seems like the leaks that suggested the addition of white were true as well. Samsung had experimented with a white variant of the Galaxy Note 9 in Asia and that seems to be have been the stepping ground for this launch. It has been a while, that’s for sure and the device does seem to look incredible even though we don’t have the full image yet.
And unlike the typical curvy “Galaxy S” corners, it seems like Samsung is going for a more pointier approach for its corners this year, similar to what Samsung has been implementing on their Galaxy Note lineup of devices so far.
Whether the metal trim of the phone would be gold as shown in the image is yet to be seen. However, if Samsung does plan to groove up the Galaxy S10’s looks, gold seems to be a great color to go along with the white color scheme Samsung’s bringing back to the playing field.
Whether Samsung does manage to entice its user base is yet to be seen. While we’ve had a good run of rumors, leaks and renders so far, what feature set Samsung is planning to introduce with the Samsung Galaxy S10 would be a spectacle to keep our eyes peeled for. With a bit more than a week left to the Galaxy S10’s unveiling, fans and enthusiasts couldn’t wait to see what Samsung has in store with this year’s Galaxy S10.