Samsung Accidentally Leaked Images Of The Galaxy S10

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Own Goal of the Day goes to Samsung, who managed to use the unreleased Galaxy S10 for its sample phone in an article about its new UI.

Spotted by Reddit user qgtx, the article originally had a phone with a punch-hole camera in the top right corner (though it wasn’t terribly clear unless you jacked the brightness right up):

We suspect the hapless designer who made the mockup just grabbed some standard phone images from the server and didn’t notice they were of the S10. You can tell they hadn’t noticed the camera (which was almost invisible on the image at its original brightness, as you can see below) because they failed to include it in the software layout on

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