Samsung’s next-gen Galaxy devices aren’t far from launch. The company is expected to introduce its new Galaxy devices, possibly called the Galaxy S10, sometime around MWC next month. Previous rumours suggest that the company could release three different variants of the Galaxy S10, codenamed “Beyond 0”, “Beyond 1”, and “Beyond 2”.
Evan Blass today leaked a picture of the upcoming Galaxy S10 “Beyond 1”, showing the device’s front. The leaked picture is censored heavily, and the device itself is within a case, so it does not look that great.
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We can, however, see one of the main features of the upcoming the Galaxy S10: the Infinity-O notch on the right for the camera. Samsung already announced three different notch sizes — Infinity-V, Infinity-U, and Infinity-O last year, and the Beyond 1 will feature the Infinity-O notch design.
Blass later added that the Galaxy S10 will also have a “reverse wireless charging” feature which would allow the handset to automatically charge other devices like watches and other phones. That will be a very welcome feature, especially if you happen to have a smartwatch or even wireless earbuds that can be charged wirelessly (like the AirPods).
<p>Look, someone broke the screen already.</p>