The Latest Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Leaks Are the Most Convincing Yet
Here we go again.
It seems like the S10 leaks started coming and they don’t stop coming. Images of Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S10 Plus, have emerged once again. The latest images are so convincing that some of the leakers circulating them have even claimed that they are the official marketing shots.
These photos were published by the tech blog 91Mobiles, a site that surfaced a patented blueprint that might have revealed what Google’s upcoming Pixel 4 smartphone might look like. But these S10 Plus images are much more convincing, as they appear to include all of the features that previous leaks and rumors have predicted.
On the front, the render depicts the expected OLED screen that’s rumored to be 6.4-inches diagonally. The phone’s traditional top bezel has been replaced by Samsung’s Infinity-O display design. This screen setup places the S10 Plus’s two selfie cameras at the top right of the screen, in a little oval cutout. This would make Samsung’s Galaxy S-Series close to bezel-less, though not quite.
Turning to the rear panel, you’ll find a horizontal, three-camera array just like previous leaks had predicted. The most glaring difference from the S9 Plus is the absence of the fingerprint reader under the cameras. This suggests the S10 models will adopt either some form of Face ID or come with a fingerprint reader underneath its screen on the front. That’s a design choice that’s gained some traction with big-name Chinese smartphone brands, like OnePlus, Oppo, and Xiaomi.
The S10 Plus is expected to be accompanied by as many as four other smartphone releases during Samsung’s February 20 Unpacked event in San Francisco and London. These will definitely include the smaller, S10 model which is expected to have a 5.8-inch OLED screen. Other potential launches that are up in the air include a budget-friendly S10 Lite, a 5G-enabled S10 X, and the long-awaited Galaxy F foldable phone that Samsung teased in November of last year.
Samsung’s smartphone line up could be game-changing this year. But one thing will remain the same, the nonstop leaks ahead of its launch.