Samsung Galaxy S10: Finally concrete details of your design

The year is not over but we already talk regularly on the future Samsung Galaxy S10. This will be the next generation of high-end smartphones of South Korean technology. A generation that will certainly want to distinguish itself unequivocally from its predecessors.

After a 2018 where Samsung wanted to play for insurance, major revolutions are expected in 2019. Under the fact that the Galaxy S10 celebrates ten years of this line, this top of the range will have to be different.

It should be noted that the market is in recession and competition is increasingly fierce. In this sense, Samsung will have to bet strong on its next tops of range to be able to solidify its position of leadership.

For this we will have the Samsung Galaxy S10. The rumors are already several but we still can not give anything as guaranteed. Still, there is a small detail that now gains even more strength with regard to these equipments.

New version of S Health confirms horizontal cameras on the Samsung Galaxy S10

The new version of the South Korean fitness application , S Health, has just confirmed a horizontal alignment for the Galaxy S10 cameras. This information was conveyed by the well-known Ice Universe , so we should take it into account.

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In fact, this data comes from the instructions in the new version of the S Health application. In the tutorial where the user is instructed how to use the heart rate sensor, it is located to the right of the smartphone cameras.

In the publication that you can see above it is noticed that this sensor is to the right of the camera of the smartphone. The same location that is verified in Galaxy Note 9, which gives credibility to previous rumors.

So it should be noted that in the past, it has already been advanced that the Samsung Galaxy S10 can bring a triple camera. More than that, it was stated that it would be arranged in horizontal alignment to provide the insertion of a larger capacity battery.

In short, this image taken from the S Health application corroborates part of these claims. Not the number of cameras nor the capacity of your battery, but your horizontal alignment.

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