Own Goal of the Day went to Samsung, which managed to use the Galaxy S10 not released for its sample phone in an article about its new user interface.
Spotted by the Reddit qgtx user, the article originally had a phone with a fist-hole camera in the upper right corner (though it was not terribly clear unless I had raised it brightness on the right):
We suspect that the unfortunate designer who created the mockup has just captured some standard phone images from the server and did not notice they were from the S10. You can say that they had not noticed the camera (which was almost invisible on the image to its original brightness, as you can see below) because it failed to include it in the software layout on the right.
 The picture was quickly replaced by Samsung in a more generic phone with no side buttons, as you can see in the picture above and below:
 While many people suggest that the loss was completely intentional and a marketing effort, we think it was a real slipup. That camera is incredibly difficult to see on the original, and if it was an intentional loss, it would not have been included in the software image on the right, too?
Anyway, we had our first officer look at the S10, apparently. We already knew about the punch-hole camera and the position of the buttons is nothing new, so the only thing worth noting is how thin those frames are.
There is not much to wait now that we see the real thing officially: as our flight properly predicted, Samsung's Unpacked launch of the Galaxy S10 will be on February 20th. Will it include everything we do not already know? I hope.
All images via Reddit u / qgtx