The most recent leak about the upcoming series S10 shows us what to expect from Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. As we can clearly see from the image, there is an unexpected design for this particular device.
A major surprise when it comes to the camera sensors’ positioning
It looks like Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will have not one, but two holes on its front. Of course, in a way, this leak should not be that shocking, given the fact that, according to various rumors, the S10 Plus will come with two front camera sensors.
The O-shaped cut outs are fine, they do make sense. However, what comes as a surprise is the fact that the positioning of this pair of holes is not where we expected it to be. So the placement of the central punch holes is quite shocking, especially if we look back at the SDC 2018, where a corner positioning was part of the Infinity-O display, expected to feature on Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. The latest leaked image comes from Evan Blass, also known as @evleaks on Twitter.
Nevertheless, some other phone leakers don’t seem to agree on this. For example, Ice Universe is questioning the placement of the camera shown in the image that was shared by Blass. Others have even altered the renders so that they would reflect a corner punch hole.
But Twitter users are not the only ones who would rather see Samsung Galaxy’s front cameras placed in the display’s corner. Concept designer Ben Geskin has also shared his own visualization of Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus on his Instagram account. His representation depicts corner cut outs as well, and we can see how a punch hole design would impact the status bar of S10.
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