The Samsung Galaxy S10 is shaping up to be the biggest jump forward in smartphones for a very long time and these new concept renders show us just what the ultimate S10+ handset could look like.
A new concept render work-up has appeared online in 3D video, below, that shows off just how good the new Galaxy S10+ could look. Based on rumours this is going to be a stunner, complete with quad cameras on the rear, a true bezel-free front screen that doesn't even have a notch and, of course, that much rumoured in-display ultrasonic fingerprint reader.
The front-facing camera is built-into the display with no notch edging required. This is becoming a more commonly shown-off concept and may denote a leak of what the real thing could look like. That camera dot is barely noticeable and will certainly make the iPhone XS notch look old and cumbersome in no time.
The use of 7nm processors is almost certain as Samsung has already begun creating just such CPUs for future phones. That should mean, despite that large Super AMOLED QHD+ screen, a decent battery life thanks to efficient processing. It'll also be needed to run the high-speed 5G network connectivity that's also rumoured to debut on the Galaxy S10 range.
Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S10 early in 2019.