We recently found out some of the features for the Samsung Galaxy S10, thanks to a Bloomberg report, and now you can get a better idea of what it could look like.

Concept designer Ben Geskin has been creating renders of Samsung's next flagship phone based on rumours and reports and we think it looks superb. He has also created some mock hands-on images.

The phone is said to have very thin top and bottom bezels, which you can see in his images.

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There is also an in-display fingerprint scanner, represented by a print icon on the screen, and triple-lens camera on the rear.

However, the most significant new technology to have been revealed by Bloomberg's sources is an in-display front camera - dispensing of the need for a notch.

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This is shown on the main render as a single dot at the top of the screen. A follow-up tweet by Geskin also shows the impact it could have on gaming and the like.

We think you will agree that, should this be reflected in the final product, the Galaxy S10 will turn a fair few heads. While having a black dot in view is far from perfect, it's a darn sight better that a massive notch.

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