Galaxy S10 turns out: three models and teardrop notch

New images from Twitter of Samsung's next top of the line confirm us a tiny teardrop notch placed in the center and a full-view screen

Pretty much everything has been said about the new Samsung Galaxy S10. The new top of the range smartphone of the South Korean company has appeared with several renderings online but so far there was never any certainty about the size of the phones and the number of models that Samsung would have launched. Now, however, we are of the images seem to confirm three models: Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10 Lite. 

The images of the three new smartphones from Samsung have been published on Twitter by evleaks, anagrafe Evan Blass, a true professional of anticipations about smartphones and other electronic devices. According to Evan in early 2019 we will see three smartphones from the Galaxy family, the S10 Lite with a 5.8-inch screen, the Galaxy S10 with a 6.1-inch display and finally the Galaxy S10 + with a 6.4-inch screen. All three phones will have a special perforated notch, a kind of very small drop that will serve to implement the camera in the full-view display of the device.

How will the new Samsung Galaxy S10

Unlike some previous renderings in the predictions of Evan Blass the notch of the three Samsung Galaxy S10 is always in the center. Previously, some rumors had spoken of a particular notch to the left of the display to make room for the camera sensors. Front camera sensors that will be single both in the Lite and in the "classic" version, while on Galaxy S10 + we find a dual front camera, that will allow us to shoot bokeh effects, shots with special filters for selfies and portrait mode at very high quality. The Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus from Samsung will have the fingerprint sensor, in addition to unlocking with facial recognition, integrated into the AMOLED screen. On the Galaxy 10 Lite instead we will have to have a small physical sensor on the side between the power button and the volume bar. Lite will have a dual rear camera as confirmed by Evan Blass and his rendering on Twitter.

These new rumors will really be the last for Samsung and its new top-of-the-line smartphone? Hard to say, because the interest on the new phone of the South Korean company is very high and certainly in the coming days will come out on the Net many new rumors and predictions. Although, as always, the final word will go to the official presentation planned by Samsung for early 2019.