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Detailed Galaxy S10 and S10+ photos leak, revealing hole-punch displays and triple rear camera setups

Detailed Galaxy S10 and S10+ photos leak, revealing hole-punch displays and triple rear camera setups

With a little under a month until the Galaxy S10 lineup is officially unveiled, it's not surprising that we're seeing more and more leaks. About a week ago, an employee's phone was spotted being used on the bus, and we just saw a photo of an S10 with an apparent "Blockchain KeyStore" yesterday. However, today's leak is the most comprehensive, showcasing all angles of both the S10 and S10+.

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New Galaxy S10 leak showcases punch-hole screen and... Samsung's cryptocurrency wallet?

New Galaxy S10 leak showcases punch-hole screen and... Samsung's cryptocurrency wallet?

We're less than a month away from Unpacked, where Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 line, but the leaks show no sign of letting up. Today, Twitter user @GregiPfister89 posted images that show a Galaxy S10 running the rumored Samsung Blockchain KeyStore, an in-house cryptocurrency wallet.

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Alleged Galaxy S10+ prototype caught live on bus, revealing hole-punch design with dual front cameras

Alleged Galaxy S10+ prototype caught live on bus, revealing hole-punch design with dual front cameras

It turns out that public transportation is useful not just to get from A to B, but also for spotting unreleased devices. A photo of an alleged Galaxy S10 with a hole-punch display was posted on r/Samsung several hours ago, with a claimed Samsung employee joining the comments section with some more information and even an impromptu AMA.

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First live photo of Galaxy S10 leaks, shows camera hole cutout

First live photo of Galaxy S10 leaks, shows camera hole cutout

Samsung's annual Galaxy S refresh is always a big deal, and it's getting to be that time of year. The leaks are increasing in frequency and (we hope) accuracy, and there's another to unpack today. Evan "evleaks" Blass has a photo of the purported Galaxy S10 (code name Beyond 1) sporting an "Infinity-O" camera hole, and he says the phone will also have some cool wireless charging tricks.

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New Galaxy S10 renders show display hole and triple camera array

New Galaxy S10 renders show display hole and triple camera array

With 2018 coming to a close, it's time to start obsessing over 2019 phone rumors. Top of the list is Samsung's upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S10. We've heard a lot of tidbits about this one, and now we've got some renders to go with them. They show a phone with a screen covering almost the entire front of the device, save for an oblong gap in the corner. This could be Samsung's take on the notch, and I bet a lot of you aren't going to like it.

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Report: Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup to include model with six cameras, 5G, spring release

Report: Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup to include model with six cameras, 5G, spring release

According to a report published today by the Wall Street Journal, Samsung's next Galaxy S phone may have up to four total variants, one of which will sport a chunky 6.7"screen, six cameras, and 5G connectivity when it lands sometime next spring. In addition to that tech-toting titan, three smaller models are allegedly planned for an earlier release in February.

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Samsung's foldable smartphone reportedly arriving in March for a price that'll make your eyes bleed

Samsung's foldable smartphone reportedly arriving in March for a price that'll make your eyes bleed

So far we know only bits and pieces about Samsung's foldable phone. At the tech giant's recent developer conference, it revealed a first glimpse at the device's two displays — one a 7.4-inch foldable screen, and the other a 4.6-inch display that is active when the handset is folded. During that conference, Samsung Mobile CEO DJ Koh also noted that the smartphone would arrive within the first half of 2019, and that the company planned to ship a million devices within the year. Now, the Yonhap News Agency in Samsung's native South Korea has reported a few new details, including a March release date and steep retail price. 

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Pie update offers evidence of 5G support in Galaxy S10

Samsung Galaxy S9 Pie update offers evidence of 5G support in Galaxy S10

Samsung hasn't actually rolled out any Pie updates, but some details have leaked out. That early peek at Pie also comes with a hint of our 5G future, according to our friends at XDA. The software contains a few configuration files for different Galaxy S10 models, and some of them appear to have 5G support.

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Samsung's 8Gb LPDDR5 memory chip breaks all the speed records, but it's not for the Galaxy Note9

Samsung's 8Gb LPDDR5 memory chip breaks all the speed records, but it's not for the Galaxy Note9

Samsung is not only easily the world’s number one smartphone vendor, but also the top chipmaker, having recently surpassed Intel. There’s a pretty good reason for that, and it has something to do with breakthroughs like announcing the industry’s "first 8Gb LPDDR5 DRAM for 5G and AI-powered mobile applications."

Before you jump to conclusions, it seems highly unlikely that this memory chip will be used on the Galaxy Note9 that’s right around the corner. Instead, Samsung appears to be setting the stage for the flagship generation after that, which could make AI applications even smarter (and thus scarier), and will hopefully deliver faster download speeds with "real" 5G connectivity.

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Report: Galaxy S10+ to have five cameras (three rear, two front)

Report: Galaxy S10+ to have five cameras (three rear, two front)

We exclusively reported late last month that the LG V40 would have five cameras in total - three on the rear and two on the front. As strange as it sounds, the V40 may not be the only next-gen flagship with that many sensors. A report coming out of South Korea is claiming that Samsung's Galaxy S10+ will have the same number of cameras on board, and in a similar configuration as well.

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