Samsung Galaxy S10 Looks Amazing In New Renders

As the CES 2019 has started, the most significant gadget manufacturers will reveal dozens of products. While many devices would be announced during the CES 2019, we’ll talk now about Samsung Galaxy S10 which looks amazing in new renders. 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.

Accordingly, MWC 2019 would be the right place for smartphone manufacturers to reveal their latest creations. However, thanks to new renders, we can see how Samsung Galaxy S10 would look like, and it would be stunning.

As reported by Zach Epstein from the BGR, “there will also be plenty of leaks to enjoy this week, as there have been in weeks past,” and “the hotly anticipated Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus will launch much sooner than [iPhone 11] – next month, in fact – and now we have some stunning new images to enjoy while we wait.”

Samsung Galaxy S10 Looks Amazing In New Renders

Since last year’s devices, Samsung Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and Note 9, were all powerful devices but incredibly dull, the South Korean giant tech company is planning a fascinating Galaxy S10 device to celebrate ten years of the Galaxy S series existence on the market.

Samsung Galaxy S10 would boast an in-display fingerprint sensor, three cameras on the back, and many other features that would make it the best Samsung Galaxy device ever made. Also, Galaxy S10 would come out in four variants, a standard version, a Galaxy S10 Plus one, a Lite variant, and, reportedly, a Samsung Galaxy S10 Special Edition which would be 5G-compatible.

In the pics below, we can see how amazing the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 looks, as it’s boasting some very cool color schemes, such as red, gold, silver, black, and blue.

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