Galaxy S10, the prototype with the notch that leaves you speechless

During the Qualcomm Tech Summit a prototype of the new top-of-the-line smartphone from Samsung was shown, here's how the lateral notch will be on Galaxy S10

At the Qualcomm Tech Summit, the event made by the famous processor company, a prototype of the new Samsung Galaxy S10 was presented that surprises by design and goes against some rumors that emerged in recent weeks.

During the event in Hawaii, it was possible to see one of the very first prototypes of the new top-of-the-line smartphone from Samsung. What is surprising is the presence of the screen notch. In recent weeks there had been talk of an Infinity O display without notch for the Galaxy S10  and with dual front cameras included in the screen. The prototype seen at Qualcomm Tech Summit instead is totally different. The two cameras are inserted into a particular notch at the top right of the device. A Notch that in addition to the side notch also has a small frame on the entire upper part of the smartphone Samsung. The lit screen has a kind of "folder" shape that is very elegant and professional.

The prototype of Samsung Galaxy S10

In addition to the particular notch on the right side for the dual front-facing camera, on the new Samsung Galaxy S10, in line with the tradition of the South Korean company, we will find a speaker at the highest part of the display. At the Qualcomm Tech Summit we also discovered the new processor that we will see on Samsung's top of the line: the Snapdragon 855. This is Qualcomm's latest generation chipset and the first processor useful for 5G operation on the Galaxy S10. A processor that will provide a speed never seen on a smartphone until today. But a processor that most likely we will not see soon in Italy, since in countries where it will not sell the 5G model Samsung will bring only and exclusively the variant with its Exynos processor. 

Among other features from top of the range in recent days according to several sources the Galaxy S10 could have up to 12 GB of RAM and even 1 TB of internal memory. To know if these rumors are true or not we will have to wait for the first weeks of 2019 when Samsung will unveil its new Galaxy S10 to the world.