Samsung teases upcoming Galaxy S10 display at CES 2019

Samsung teases upcoming Galaxy S10 display at CES 2019

As we already know, CES is about TV sets, laptops, computers, and so on, but it is not about iPhone and Galaxy phones, so such devices are not under the focus of the first tech fair of the year.

From some time now, we are getting different rumors regarding Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. There has been lots of speculation about the direction Samsung may go with their flagship this year.

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A new screen design looks like it could become the new standard for Samsung devices. It is likely that Samsung will opt to use a bold new design with minimal bezels and an improved Super AMOLED display that will look incredible. But the most interesting revelation in this photo is the presence of the hole-punch design for the front facing camera. Samsung is expected to unveil the new Galaxy S10 series at the Mobile World Conference to be held on February 20 this year.

Even Blass, a re known tipster tweeted about the incoming flagship indicating that it will allow users "to wirelessly charge other compatible devices like handsets and watches" by placing them on the handset's chassis. The biggest and most powerful device will be Galaxy S10 Plus which will start at £899 for 128 GB, £1099 for the 512GB version, and a shocking £1,399 for 1TB storage.

In the pics below, we can see how awesome the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 looks, as it's boasting some very cool color schemes, such as red, gold, silver, black, and blue. The phone will probably be just as fast as its counterparts, so the only things you will not have are the four cameras, curved edges and an in-display fingerprint sensor.