Few details about Samsung's next-generation flagship phone have been announced officially. But we've seen so many leaked photos and videos, that we think we know just about everything about it. Have a look.
Speaking of Apple -- Samsung may have developed new wireless earbuds to compete with the AirPods, and they could debut alongside the Galaxy S10 on Feb. 20.
The Galaxy S10 is expected to have a fingerprint sensor embedded in its display. The less expensive S10 Essential may have a different type of fingerprint scanner, however, positioned on the phone's side rather than in the display.
Case and accessory makers often get advanced access to a forthcoming device's final dimensions.
With this information, they can create dummy phones that look like the finished product, and which may even have some limited electronic capabilities.
We are now seeing new Galaxy S10 accessories popping up daily.
So far, we've seen images of the Galaxy S10 in black, white and yellow.
These photos published on WinFuture allegedly show off Samsung's Galaxy S10E -- a budget version of the upcoming Galaxy S10.
For months, we heard about the numerous cameras coming to the Galaxy S10 -- including up to four on the back and two more on the front, at least on the Plus model. But most of the recent images seen show three cameras on the back.
We've also seen multiple images that the Galaxy S10's rumored hole punch camera -- and an elongated version on the Galaxy S10 Plus.
This image was posted by tipster Evan Blass, who claims it's an early picture of the Samsung Galaxy S10 in the wild. If true, it's one of the first non-rendered images of the Galaxy S10 we've seen.
Samsung revealed its new "Infinity-O" display at a developer conference (seen third from the left). The design features a punch-hole style cutout for the front facing camera. Rumors say that this display may come to the Galaxy S10.
The first phone to officially get the Infinity-O display is the Samsung Galaxy A8S (seen here). If the rumors are true, the front of the Galaxy S10 could look a lot like the Galaxy A8S.
Here's what the Galaxy S10 could look like with that Infinity-O display, as imagined by tech YouTuber Dave Lee.
Phone-renderer Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) collaborated with 91Mobiles to create a 360-degree video of the Galaxy S10 Plus based on rumors. You can watch it here.
Here's what the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus may look like next to each other. These renders were made by Phone Arena.
For a more in depth comparison, Phone Arena also compared the (rumored) dimensions of the two phones.
And here's another render from Phone Arena showing just how much screen space the phones could get.
It's rumored that the S10 lineup may include an affordable Galaxy S10 Lite option as well. Ice Universe created this mockup to show what the Galaxy S10 Lite could look like (with no curved edges, thicker bezels, etc.).
Here's another concept render of the Galaxy S10 Lite, this time made by a case maker and shared by Ice Universe.
Concept Creator made his own mockup of the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. You can see more renders and angles in this video.
Samsung is also rumored to put an in-display fingerprint reader on the Galaxy S10, a first for the Galaxy S line. If this is true, the back of the phone won't have a physical fingerprint reader. A render from OnLeaks depicts this on the Galaxy S10 Plus. It also shows four rear cameras.
This purported Galaxy S10 case was shared by Ice Universe. In the video you can see there's a hole for the 3.5mm headphone jack. Does that mean the Galaxy S10 will keep the jack?
Case-makers often come up with their own renders of upcoming phones based on the dimensions they are given. Here we see renders made by Oxilar for the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10 Lite.
Phone tipster Evan Blass posted these mockups. He says they're from a case-maker's expectations.
Samsung unveiled One UI, its new smartphone user interface, in November. Samsung confirmed with CNET that this UI will come to future phones in the coming year. That would extend to the Galaxy S10, influencing the way the phone's apps and menus look. One UI runs over Android Pie (Android 9) and higher.
Here Geskin adds Samsung's Settings menu to his S10 and S10 Plus renders. These renders show how the status bar could look next to the punch-hole camera.
This render by Geskin adds a little more detail to the S10 vs. iPhone XS Max comparison, including a wider opening for the Galaxy S10's two front-facing cameras, if that rumor holds water.