Leaked: Samsung Galaxy S10 Front Camera "Hole"

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite shows in a first image, here are the possible specifications

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite shows in a first image, here are the possible specifications

There's a new entry-level model which will presumably come with a flat display. Either way, the announcement must be pretty exciting if the company is bold enough to release it on the same day as Samsung's first Infinity-O display smartphone. While the smartphone's display is switched off, we can still spot the selfie camera hole placed on the top right corner of the panel. The Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ will feature curved displays as well as triple and quad rear cameras. Samsung also has a model with six cameras in total and 5G support.

As per the document uploaded on TENAA's portal earlier this month, the Samsung Galaxy A8s, with model number SM-G8870, is seen from all angles.

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Recall that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will present a display with a diagonal of 5.8 inches resulting, therefore, as a true heir of the current Galaxy S9 that, in fact, has limited specifications compared to the more complete S9 Plus. However, in this case, it is heavily concealed, and seems to house two front-facing cameras. Though Galaxy A8s is a mid-range phone, the company wants to show the new device to the entire world and has made arrangements to live stream the event on its official page (link below). So we'll be able to get the first impressions of the Infinity-O display even before the Galaxy S10 is unveiled. It also has a cutout in the display for the front camera. As you can see, the camera array on the front face is in the top right corner.

After weeks of speculations, Samsung is finally ready to pull the wraps off Galaxy A8s, which is touted to herald a new design language for mobiles in the industry.

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