Rumors has it that the Galaxy S10 could sport five cameras in total next year. Three on the back, two on the front. Samsung’s mobile division CEO DJ Koj confirmed a design overhaul for the Galaxy S10, but didn’t go into details. A recent discovery, however, could indicate one way the Galaxy S10 design will be improved.
A certain Samsung SM-G405F running Android 9 was benchmarked on HTML5 Test. Reports lead us to believe that this could be the upcoming Galaxy S10. Said device has a 19:9 aspect ratio screen, which is taller than the current 18.5:9 aspect ratio employed on the Galaxy S9.
Going with a taller screen would allow Samsung to use a larger screen in a phone with the same physical dimensions. By reducing the top and bottom bezels, a more full screen display effect can be achieved without affecting the general aspect of the housing.
All this seems random for now, and the model number doesn’t look like a Galaxy S model number. Reports claim that this is something Samsung has been doing in the past though. We’ll have to wait a tad more and see. After all, the Galaxy S10 will be Samsung’s iPhone X, a ten-year anniversary model. It should impress!