Samsung’s subsequent flagship, the Galaxy Word 10, is due out only a month from now, August 7. We have already seen interpretive renders from OnLeaks, however now thanks to 2 separate sources, WinFuture and Ishan Agarwal, we are able to get a take a look at Samsung’s official press photographs for the Word 10.

It appears to be like like the sooner renders from OnLeaks have been spot on, with the official photographs displaying the identical very rectangular design, slim bezels, and centered, front-facing digicam. These official photographs present us two shade choices to date: black and a shimmery “silver” shade, which appears to be like prefer it has a color-shift characteristic happening.

There are going to be two totally different sizes of the Galaxy Word this 12 months, with the bigger mannequin known as both “Plus” or “Professional.” On the again of each units you will discover a essential digicam module with three lenses, whereas the bigger mannequin has an additional depth-sensing digicam setup on the again. The digicam mannequin protrudes a tiny bit out of the again of the cellphone, which is totally different from the sooner OnLeaks renders. There is not any view of the underside of the cellphone, however reportedly this can be Samsung’s first flagship and not using a headphone jack.

Samsung’s photographs don’t present a Bixby button, which previously has been an additional bodily facet button that summons Samsung’s half-baked voice assistant. Android Police reported earlier that the Galaxy Word 10 would have stress delicate buttons—maybe Samsung will use a Pixel-style squeeze gesture to launch Bixby?

The rumored specs for the Word 10 all declare someplace round a 6.Three-inch show for the smaller model and a 6.7-inch show for the bigger model. As standard the internals must be fairly near this 12 months’s Galaxy S cellphone, with a Snapdragon 855 SoC and not less than 6GB of RAM. We’ll be taught much more concerning the cellphone throughout the launch occasion subsequent month.

Itemizing picture by Ishan Agarwal


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