New Samsung Galaxy S10 Leak Gives Best Glimpse of Design & Pinhole Camera: View Pics
Samsung Galaxy S10 Render Image (Photo Credits: EVLeaks)

Samsung, a leading smartphone manufacturer, is scheduled to unveil the new Galaxy S10 lineup by next month. Ahead of the official reveal, there has been several rumours and speculations about the new S10 line-up. A new leaked image gives the best look at the upcoming flagship model from Samsung which is believed to come with Infinity-O pinhole camera. This new leak also provides a glimpse at Samsung's new cryptocurrency-focused features. Samsung Galaxy S10 Smartphone Might Be Launched Along With Galaxy Foldable Phone at Unpacked Event Next Month.

Going by the leaked images that were taken by a Twitter user - @GregiPfister89 and circulated by leakster - Ben Geskin, gives a clear look at a working iteration of South Korean's forthcoming device. The leaked images confirm that Galaxy S10 with a pinhole camera which will be positioned in the top-right corner of the display.

It is believed that the leaked images are of the regular Galaxy S10 as it features single camera upfront. Moreover, the premium Galaxy S10 is likely to come with a dual lens selfie camera at the front, as we have seen in the previously leaked images. Vivo APEX 2019 Concept Smartphone With Elevating Selfie Camera Unveiled; To Be Showcased at MWC 2019.

Alongside pinhole camera, the leaked images also reveal that the smartphone will get built-in support for the cryptocurrency, which is rumoured to be backed by Korean's biometric security.

Going by the first leaked image, a slash page for Blockchain KeyStore app could provide 'a secure and convenient place for cryptocurrency' whereas the second image underlines the wallet setup screen with Etherium listed as a supported cryptocurrency.

As of now, the validity of these images cannot be confirmed, though these leaked pictures look legitimate. Nonetheless, we'll find out for about the same at the launch event of Samsung Galaxy S10, which is scheduled to happen on February 20, 2019.