The side view of the smartphone reveals a camera bump.
Other specs and features of the Galaxy S10 models haven't been leaked thus far. While there is very little information available about the new mystery smartphone, the Kirin 980 chipset and the new display hole design indicates that it will indeed be a premium offering from Honor. The Galaxy S10 will be sporting a 6.1 inch display with similar camera design on the front.
Wearable.com reported that there's a patent filing that has been first uncovered by Patently Mobile which shows that the Korean company is now exploring the possibility of an in-screen fingerprint scanner to help unlock a future smartwatch. The biggest Galaxy S10 Plus version will have a massive 6.4-inch display and two holes for a dual-camera setup. Although, this was to be expected since Samsung loves to equip all its smartphones with high-end cameras.
We can't confirm that these are authentic photos; there's even been suggestions that they are high-quality renders.
The leak also claims that the Galaxy M20, along with the Galaxy M10, is already in production in the company's manufacturing facilities in India, and it will likely be launched in January 2019.
Samsung is hard at work on its next flagship smartphone - Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus - ahead of its official announcement, widely-tipped for the Mobile World Congress tradeshow in February.
Dolphins stun Patriots on miracle, last-second circus play
Belichick opted to have Gostkowski kick a 22-yarder in the closing seconds rather than pin the Dolphins near their goal line. However, shocker, may not be a strong enough word to describe exactly how the Dolphins beat the Patriots on Sunday.
Los Angeles Lakers trying to add Suns' Trevor Ariza in three-way trade
Ariza is now averaging 9.7 points, 5.5 rebounds and 3.3 assists during his 15th National Basketball Association season. Ariza's expiring contract would allow the Lakers to keep salary-cap flexibility into summer free agency.
Mission to far side of moon
Such information could help scientists better understand why the lunar far side is so different from the near side. China landed its Yutu rover on the moon five years ago and plans to send its Chang'e 5 probe there next year.