New Samsung Galaxy S10 Leaks Show Display Cutout For Dual Front Cameras

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Not much about the device has been revealed in the listing since the focus is on Wi-Fi capabilities only.

We've already seen what the Nova 4 looks like in a recent leak, though the phone was partially obscured by a case.

Apart from Huawei, Samsung is expected to release a similar device that's going to be called the Galaxy A8s. There is also a concept image that shows the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus. While Huawei Nova 4 is launching on 17th December, Samsung Galaxy A8s is launching on 10th December.

Verizon Communications Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Monday they plan to release 5G smartphones in the first half of 2019 in the United States.

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Speaking of the front, the Galaxy S10 Plus sports two selfie cameras in a display hole or camera cutout, rather than in a notch. There's no information on the pricing and availability details for the Huawei Nova 4 just yet, so stay tuned for more updates. With some three months to go until Samsung announces the Galaxy S10 series, we have more leaks that suggest the phone's design has been finalized for some time.

Huawei today took to its official Weibo page to confirm not only the launch date, but also give us a better peek at the device, that will be its first with a punch-hole camera cutout.

On the specification front, the new Samsung Galaxy A8s is expected to carry a 6.39-inch display FHD+ resolution as well as aspect ratio of 19.5:9. There's no longer a physical fingerprint sensor at the back as the new device comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor. The rumours also hint at a 3,400mAh battery and lack of headphone jack. Factor in the curved edges and the smaller top and bottom bezels, and you get a phone that's a lot closer to being "all-screen" than anything available right now.

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