As for other aspects of the phone's design, the Galaxy S10 Plus appears to have the power and volume buttons on the right, while the left side will have the dedicated Bixby button.
But doing away with bezels might come with a cost for the Galaxy S10. Much like the Galaxy S9 series, the Galaxy S10 family is expected to utilize the earpiece as another speaker when necessary and hence deliver a stereo audio experience which should once again be optimized by AKG, the Austrian subsidiary of Samsung-owned technology giant Harman.
As for other features, the renders show that the Galaxy S10 Plus will have a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Instead of an optical in-display fingerprint scanner the S10 deploys a more sophisticated ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor that is supposed to be faster and more accurate than the former. The design of the display hole may not exactly look like that of the Infinity O display that Samsung teased last month, but it's expected that the company will still use the branding to market the device.
However, the fourth variant, codenamed "Beyond X", will feature a large 6.7-inch display and two front-facing cameras.
5G mobile networks are already active in Samsung's home turf of South Korea. A move to triple rear cameras, in-display fingerprint readers, and an innovative alternative to display notches will most likely allow the upcoming series to stand out from the competition, though it remains to be seen how well it actually ends up performing.
Although the details about the mobile phone are unknown, Bloomberg and Wall Street Journal previously reported that the 5G mobile phone we're talking about is the Galaxy S10 5G special edition.
LetsGoDigital recently outed patent applications that suggested Samsung is working on a number of different design ideas for the Galaxy S10.