Galaxy S10 Exclusive: Samsung’s New Design ‘Confirmed’

While AT&T and Verizon have already teased the 5G arrival of the Galaxy S10 ‘Beyond X’, confusion reigns about the all-new design Samsung has planned. Thanks to a historically reliable contact, I believe I now know the answer…

Working with popular case maker Ghostek (which has previously supplied me with what proved to be accurate pre-release renders of the iPhone XRtwice, and Galaxy S9), I have now attained a render of the Galaxy S10. This is not to be confused with the new flat-screen entry-level S10 or the larger Galaxy S10+ and six-camera sporting Beyond X. But this is expected to be the model most customers will buy.

The big takeaway from this render is the combination of a near bezel-less display with a single lens ‘cutout’ front camera which is in-line with Samsung’s new Infinity-O screens. It will sit in the right corner of the display and be merged with the status bar – a concept render of how this will be done can be seen below.

On the back is a new triple camera array with both zoom and super wide-angle lenses joining the main shooter. By contrast, the larger Galaxy S10+ android smartphone and the still-codenamed Beyond X, will feature dual front cameras and up to four rear cameras.

How confident is Ghostek in its information on the standard S10? To the extent that it is now modelling its cases ahead of finalising mass production. In fact, the case you can see in the image above is the company’s Covert2 slim-line which is already commercially available for the Galaxy and iPhone ranges.

Needless to say, like any leak, Ghostek could be wrong but the company has been consistently accurate in the past. The only exception to this was a misreading of an iPhone XS schematic and yet the core details were again correct.


Galaxy S10 concept showing how the cutout is expected to integrate with the status bar

Interestingly, you can’t see what is arguably the biggest upgrade on the Galaxy S10 range from the Ghostek render. This is the launch of an in-display ‘3D Sonic Sensor’ fingerprint reader which Qualcomm confirmed earlier this week.

As for bad news, facial recognition is not expected to make it and 5G is being limited to the Beyond X model only. There are also rumours the headphone jack will be removed, but I now understand it has won a last-minute reprieve.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 new Design Confirmed

Moto G7 spotted on FCC with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage

The variant that Motorola is planning to launch in India is likely to come with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage with an E-compass.

The upcoming budget android smartphone from Motorola has been spotted on the FCC. According to the list, the device is likely to sport up to 4GB RAM and up to 64GB internal storage. Before diving into details about the listing, to clear the air, we are talking about the Moto G7. The FCC listing included a number of country-specific variants along with the variant that the company is planning to launch in the Indian market.

Now taking a look at the listing, the listing includes country-specific variants of the Moto G7 that Motorola is expected to launch in North America, the EU, Brazil, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and India. All the variants in the listing have a different combination of RAM, storage, NFC, and E-compass. The variant that the company is planning to launch in the Indian market is likely to come with 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage and along with an E-compass. Best 4 GB RAM Mobiles Listing and Reviews are available in the reputed mobile review site Mippin.

Apart from these changes and changes in the number of SIM slots in the devices, the design and other components of all the variants are likely to be the same. The company is planning to launch a 3GB RAM variant along with both 32GB and 64GB internal storage options in the United States. Looking at the variations, it is evident that Motorola is focusing on the emerging market to cover the lost ground.

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One thing to note here is that the variant in the Indian market will not come with NFC. According to the listing, the variant that the company is planning to launch in the country will come with XT1962-6. In addition to that, the device will also come with support for a considerable fast charge with output support rated at 5V at 3A or 9V at 2A or 12V at 1.5A.

The report noted that the company is likely to launch the device during Mobile World Congress 2019. According to previous reports, the device is likely to come with Snapdragon 632, 6,24-inch FHD+ screen along with a 3,000mAh battery.

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Moto G7 spotted on FCC with up to 4GB RAM and up to 64GB internal storage