We will have to wait for more information. The next stylus-packing flagship phone from Samsung. But the rounded frame and the shape of the speaker grille ascribe to the standard Samsung design language.
However, the Korea Herald also jumped on the speculation bandwagon earlier this month stating the handset is expected to cost $850 and will be unveiled sometime in February. The phone will be available in both variants - Standard and Extreme.
It is also worth mentioning that the smartphone has been previously tipped to debut in December alongside the Galaxy A51, Galaxy A91, and the Galaxy S10 Lite. The new device is expected to feature a thinner design, too. And with the launch imminent in the next few days, Galaxy S10's specs sheet has leaked online and it's mighty impressive. In order to make the series even better, Samsung is adding an entry-level model.
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It is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 710 processor - you've probably heard of it since it's used by some of the most popular mid-range devices such as Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro, and Oppo Reno. These are rumored to include the addition of active noise cancelation and possibly improvements to battery life.
While the punch-hole is certainly a less obstructive upgrade from the notch, there are still compromises: we'd love to see a screen without any break whatsoever. Already in 2019, we've had various brands bringing their first generation foldable devices, going from Samsung with their Galaxy Fold, Huawei with the Mate X and the latest RAZR from Motorola. But there's a huge space on the cover and we think that Samsung may fit a bigger screen which can be utilised to take instant selfies without unfolding the phone.