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This would be the Samsung Galaxy S10 with fingerprint reader under the screen

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Samsung has not yet released the Galaxy Note 9 and yet the future member of the S series is already hogging a multitude of headlines . We know that the Galaxy Note 9 will arrive in July, but the Samsung Galaxy S10 , codenamed “Beyond” could be ahead of January and leave the MWC for a folding smartphone . If you are one of those who can not with impatience and need a dose of Galaxy S10, here we leave you some conceptual images that show us what the design of the Galaxy S10 could be based on the information handled.

The Galaxy S10, which could be called Galaxy X (although it would sound too Apple), promises to minimize the lower and upper frames, although we assume that Samsung will not bet on a notch at this point, so it will be difficult to achieve higher ratios to 90% like those of the Lenovo Z5 of which we spoke yesterday.

This could be the design of the Galaxy S10

Although it is not official images, it is logical to think that Koreans will continue to reduce the bevels of their smartphones to the maximum. Today it is possible to make a smartphone with a minimum bottom frame and Samsung has plenty of experience to build a smartphone with tight side bezels, so the only frame would be at the top, and would have the right thickness to accommodate the camera and sensors.

This would be the Samsung Galaxy S10 with fingerprint reader under the screen

This render also echoes the already confirmed Ultrasonic fingerprint reader under the screen , a system that was not ready for the Galaxy Note 9 but will make its debut with the Galaxy S10 after a close collaboration with Qualcomm.

This would be the Samsung Galaxy S10 with fingerprint reader under the screen

This would be the Samsung Galaxy S10 with fingerprint reader under the screen

More extreme is this second render, because in it, the design of the Galaxy S10 would dispense with any upper bevel and resort to a hidden camera and sensor system similar to that of the I live APEX . This second render also takes advantage of the above-mentioned fingerprint sensor information to show us the back of the Galaxy with a dual camera system with no fingerprint sensor underneath it, something that gives a cleaner look to the back of the phone.

This would be the Samsung Galaxy S10 with fingerprint reader under the screen

This would be the Samsung Galaxy S10 with fingerprint reader under the screen

For now, we know that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will integrate a screen of 5.8 inches while its Plus variant will reach the 6.3 inches . The processor does not have much surprise, since it is expected a Snapdragon 855 next to a new Exynos with an indeterminate name.

Considering that the Galaxy S10 will be among us at the beginning of 2019, we do not believe that more than 3 or 4 months will pass before we can see the first real photographs of the Galaxy S10 design, meanwhile, we will continue to enjoy the work and imagination of the community, which more than once has been used by companies to gather ideas for their next smartphones.