Samsung's Galaxy S phones are usually announced in the first quarter of the year, so we're still a few months out from the unveiling. We already have an idea of what the device will look like, though, thanks to renders from OnLeaks at 91mobiles.
91mobiles identifies this devices as the "Galaxy S10 Plus," and it lines up well with previous rumors about the S10. There are a whopping four cameras on the back (rumored to be a wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens, a main camera, and a depth camera for bokeh effects) and two cameras on the front. The front design gets dramatically slimmer bezels compared to the Galaxy S9, and for the front camera Samsung is going with a new "hole punch" design. A camera hole shouldn't have much functional difference compared to a camera notch. It will be a dead area of the screen, and while you could just have the area above the camera be dead space, Samsung is flexing its display technology and surrounding the camera with pixels. Again there's a lot of corroboration here: Samsung previously announced this "Infinity-O" display technology.
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