The presentation of the Samsung Galaxy S10 should take place over the coming months. If the Korean firm keeps the tradition, we should see it in the Unpacked, which usually takes place at the MWC in Barcelona. Much has been said about this device that today is again the protagonist thanks to a new filtration by the hand of Evan Blass, also known as EvLeaks.
The famous leaker has posted on his Twitter account a photo of the Samsung Galaxy S10 “Beyond 1”. The last thing we think we know is that the device will have three models and a supposed special edition, being the Beyond 1 the 5.8 inches with QHD + resolution and curved screen.
Hole in the screen and reverse wireless charging
As you can see, the Samsung Galaxy S10 “Beyond 1” will come with a screen style Infinity-O Display, which results in a perforated panel to hide the internal camera. It is possible that the design of the Galaxy S10 “Beyond 0” is very similar to what we see in the image, while the Galaxy S10 “Beyond 3” would have a double front camera, so the hole would have to be something bigger.
Samsung Galaxy S10 “Beyond 1,” in the wild. pic.twitter.com/EMquh59Kln
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 3, 2019
On the other hand, Blass says that “a function that I have not seen mentioned above is that this model will have the ability to wirelessly load other compatible devices such as watches or phones.” It is a function that we already know since Huawei introduced it in its latest high-end, the Mate 20 Pro.
The question remains as to whether this function will be relegated only to this particular version or if it will be extended to its brothers.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 will act as a wireless charging base to charge other devices, such as smartwatches or other mobile
For the rest, and reviewing the leaks so far, the Samsung Galaxy S10 can expect a new processor, the Exynos 9820, fingerprint reader under the screen, connectivity 5G (although limited to two million units) and triple camera (two front and one behind). We can only wait for the terminal to show up or filter out completely.
// Evan Blass