Samsung Galaxy S10 renders with triple rear camera and Infinity-O display leaked online

Samsung is believed to release at least four variants of its upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone. Last week we learned that the Galaxy S10 Plus could be coming with a quad-rear camera in vertical setup and n-display dual front cameras with an infinity-o display setup. Now today a leak has arrived from the case maker revealing the renders of what might be Samsung Galaxy S10.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus with an in-display dual selfie camera leaked in full glory

Samsung Galaxy S10 renders leaked by a case maker

From the looks at the Samsung Galaxy S10 renders, the handset could be sporting triple rear camera setup. After the introduction of the Galaxy A7 2018 and Galaxy A9 2018, looks like the South Korean giant will not shy away from introducing multiple camera setup on its flagship phones.

According to the renders, the Samsung Galaxy S10 could be sporting an Infinity-o display with a single rear camera on the top right corner. In comparison to the Galaxy S10 Plus renders, where we saw a dual selfie camera cutout on the top right corner of the display.

Interestingly, the company seems to be betting big on its Infinity-O display technology, as the handset manufacturer is all set to introduce its Galaxy A8s later today in China. Which will be the company’s first smartphone sporting an Infinity-O display. Also, the S10 might pack an in-display fingerprint sensor. 

At this time, there is not much known about the Galaxy S10 smartphone. But expect it to sport the processor, a large amount of RAM, heavy-duty camera setup and an Android Pie based Samsung’s One UI.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy S10 to feature an S10 Lite variant with an Infinity-O display

Are you excited to see what has Samsung got in store for its loyal consumers? Then, stay tuned in to Mr Phone as we bring you latest updates about these Samsung phones right at your fingertips. 


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