Samsung Galaxy S phones are usually announced in the first quarter of the year, so we're still a few months out of the disclosure. We already have an idea of how the device will look, but thanks it comes from OnLeaks on 91 mobile cars.
91 mobiles identify these devices as "Galaxy S10 Plus," and that is right with previous rumors about the S10. There are a large number of four cameras on the backside (rumored to be a wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens, a main camera and a zoom camera for bokeh effects) and two front cameras. The front design becomes dramatically slimmer compared to the Galaxy S9, and for the front camera Samsung goes with a new "hole punch" design. A camera hole should not have a lot of difference in function compared to a camshaft. It will be a dead area on the screen, and while you can only get the area over the camera to be bad, Samsung bends its screen technology and surrounds the camera with pixels. Again, there are many confirmations here: Samsung has previously announced this "Infinity-O" technology.
Having a hole on the screen will be a new thing for an Android device, but in the software it will most likely work in the same way as a camera hack. Android will extend the status bar around the screenhole, giving apps a normal, uninterrupted rectangular area to record while only the system handles the unpleasant screen shape at the top. In case of these Galaxy S10's done, it appears that the status bar must be twice as high as usual to surround the screenhole.
It appears that there is still a heart rate sensor at the end of the rear camera bar, but you will not see the fingerprint reader's hardware anywhere. S10 is still expected to have a fingerprint reader on display: an invisible display sensor from Qualcomm. Surely this week, Qualcomm announced the "3D Sonic Sensor", its ultrasonic fingerprint component. We have already seen OnePlus 6T with an optical fingerprint reader on the screen, but it only took a 2D image of fingerprints. Qualcomm's ultrasound sensor will map the backs and valleys of your finger in 3D so it should be safer. With the move to a screen reader, Samsung's iris scanning technology dumped the company debuted in Galaxy Note 7 in 2016.
Another thing that was indicated in these is done: Samsung keeps the headphone jack! The universally compatible 3.5mm connector is still there at the bottom of the phone, along with a USB-C port and speaker. This will make it one of the only flagships (along with LG, possibly) to keep the headphone jack around. It seems that there is also a Bixby button.
Samsung has rumored to release five flagship smartphone models in early 2019 between having a rumor of three different S10 sizes plus a 5G version as well as a pull in folding devices.