Latest Samsung Galaxy S10 CAD leak shows dual Infinity-O cameras - and a 3.5mm jack
A new, multi-media leak posted to SlashLeaks concerning the Samsung Galaxy S10 shows a device that, if accurate, could confirm many earlier rumors surrounding the phone. It shows a 6.4 inch phablet with many of what could be considered the design hallmarks of the Korean giant. They include curved edges leading to a screen with considerably reduced bezels and a chin. This display also clearly exhibits an Infinity-O-like pore for a selfie camera. This camera is a dual-lens module, rather than the relatively tiny circular hole shown in Galaxy A8s renders.
The 'Galaxy S10' render images also show a rear panel with a Note 9-esque camera strip. This time, however, the horizontal module has 1 more camera than usual. This panel also lacks a fingerprint scanner in the accustomed central position; in addition, there is demonstrably no space for one on the front of the phone. This suggests the presence of the anticipated in-display biometric module.
The device is also shown in a 360-degree view via a YouTube video. It confirms the presence of a bottom-firing speaker and USB type C port along one edge. In addition, there is also a round port that is most likely for a 3.5mm headphone jack.
This new leak appears somewhat convincing, and also matches an S10 clone also recently captured on camera. On the other hand, it is possible that it is strongly based on the Note 9, thus explaining the rear camera arrangement (and also, unfortunately, the headphone jack). On the other hand, it is also plausible that Samsung may have not shifted their design language very much for an upcoming flagship - again.