New pictures of Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus have just been leaked by AllAboutSamsung. Thanks to these images that have a pretty good quality, we can now take a better look at two of Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphones.
High-quality pictures of Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus leaked
So what do the pictures tell us? On the front screen we can easily see the almost nonexistent bezels, which was expected, as well as a punch-hole camera in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. The standard Samsung Galaxy S10 has a single-lens camera, while the larger Galaxy S10 Plus has a dual-lens one.
On the back of the phones there will be a triple-lens rear camera. Most probably the devices will also come with a back made from glass.
Taking a closer look at the smartphones
Thanks to the new leaked pictures, we also get a pretty good look at the edges from the bottom of the phones. In both cases we have a speaker, a USB-C port and a 3.5mm headphone port.
No details were provided for the images, but let’s not forget that these are not, after all, the final pictures. However, even though these are just prototype devices, they illustrate quite well what we’ve known so far and what we expect from them. So the shared pictures look very convincing, now we just need to wait a little bit longer in order to see how far from reality they are.
Samsung is expected to unveil its 10th anniversary Galaxy S10 lineup during its Unpacked event, which takes place on the 20th of February in San Francisco. According to all the leaks and rumors that we’ve seen so far, the tech giant is expected to launch three distinct 4G smartphones (Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10E), as well as another 5G model.
The second lead editor is Bonnie Forand who helps the other Tech News Watch reporters choose or decide which stories they should cover. Bonnie is the person that makes sure the content on this site is error-free, new and accurate for the readers. She also covers the health stories section. And when you notice an exciting title in one of the stories, then it is highly possible she was behind it! In her spare time, Bonnie loves to play with her children and walk their dog together. Bonnie received a Master of Arts in Communication from the Queens University of Charlotte.