Here are the Samsung Galaxy S10, 2019 iPhone and Huawei P30 leaks from last week

Here are the Samsung Galaxy S10, 2019 iPhone and Huawei P30 leaks from last week

From Samsung to Google, here’s a breakdown of almost every smartphone leak from the last few days.

The leaks below encompass news from January 5th, 2018 to January 10th, 2019.

Samsung

First and foremost, Samsung shall unveil the Galaxy S10 series on February 20th. This is not a rumour or a leak, the South Korean company itself released the launch date of its new phone. Samsung might also uncover its foldable hybrid at the same event.

For more on the announcement, click here.


While Samsung shall likely uncover its foldable smartphone on February 20th, a conflicting rumour indicates that the South Korean company shall rather than edition the device sometime later in the first half of 2019.

For more on the foldable phone, click here.


Samsung might have accidentally leaked the design of its Galaxy S10 flagship. The following render was seen in a Samsung Newsroom article about One UI. The render in question showcased a phone with a punch-hole camera cutout on the top right corner of the handset, as well as very thin top and bottom bezels.

For more on the Galaxy S10 leak, click here.


Another Samsung Galaxy S10 leak shows three screen protectors, with the battery capacity of each phone written on the corresponding case. Rumours point to the affordable S10 featuring a 3,100mAh battery, the usual S10 sporting a 3,500mAh battery and the plus model including a 4,000mAh battery.

For more on the battery sizes, click here.


Apple

An Apple rumour indicates that the upcoming iPhone shall has a triple rear-facing camera array that’s housed in a square unit that’ll make for a rather pronounced bump. Apple shall reportedly align two cameras vertically and place another one between the two slightly off to the side. There’s also a LED flash above the side camera.

For more on the three-camera iPhone, click here.


A report from the Wall Street Journal says the Cupertino-based company shall edition three new iPhones in 2019. The company’s new lineup shall include a successor to the XR and a triple-camera flagship. The record includes a phone with an LCD display and dual rear-facing cameras and two OLED display smartphones, one with dual rear-facing cameras and the new with the triple camera setup.

For more on the new iPhone leaks, click here.


LG

LG is expected to launch its G8 flagship at Mobile World Congress, 2019 in Barcelona.

For more on the G8 leak, click here.


Huawei

Cases for the Huawei P30 series have leaked online. The cases suggest that all of the phones has a waterdrop-style notch. Furthermore, the cases also show that each of the three phones has very thin bezels on all four sides. According to the leak, the P30 Lite shall has a 6-inch display, and so shall the P30. The P30 Pro, on the new hand, is expected to has a 6.4-inch curved display. The P30 Lite shall sport a side-facing fingerprint scanner and the new two shall use in-display fingerprint sensors.

Huawei P30 screen protectors

For more on the Huawei P30 series, click here.


Moto

Two Moto smartphone case renders have surfaced online. The cases are allegedly for two unannounced Moto devices, the Moto P40 and the Moto Z4 Play. The P40 case showcases the phone shall include a rear-facing fingerprint scanner with Moto’s batwings logo, as well as two vertically aligned rear-facing cameras in the right corner. The Z4 Play case supplies a round camera setup on the rear, with the left side of the gadget sporting volume rockers with a power button.

For more on the Moto case renders, click here.


Vivo?

A smartphone render codenamed ‘The Waterdrop’ has surfaced online. The leaker showed off the handset from two different positions but didn’t say very much else about the handset. The leaker, Ice Universe, says that this is an unannounced Vivo smartphone.

For more on the Vivo smartphone, click here.

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