Another day, another round of Galaxy S10 leaks. This time, we’re getting a look at Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphones courtesy of both 91Mobiles and WinFuture who have published sets of press renders that give us our best look yet at the phones.
The renders don’t show us anything we haven’t seen before, but they do provide us with the clearest look at the upcoming Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. The phones are distinguishable by their hole-punch “Infinity-O” displays. The standard S10 comes with just one selfie camera, while the S10 Plus has two. Therefore, the latter’s hole is larger.
Elsewhere, we see three rear cameras on both phones, with the third sensor providing wide-angle photography. We also get some pretty colorful designs with what appear to be gradient finishes. Of course, the S10 and S10 Plus also come with super slim bezels around their screens, with the former shipping with a 6.1-inch panel and the latter coming with a 6.4-inch display.
The S10 and S10 Plus are said to come with Snapdragon 855 processors,
in-display fingerprint readers, Android Pie with Samsung’s One UI, and potentially up to 1TB of internal storage. Not included in today’s leaks is a rumored “S10E” or S10 “Lite” which is said to be cheaper and offer a 5.8-inch display.
We expect the Galaxy S10 lineup to launch on February 20th during an event in San Francisco. Be sure to stay tuned for future updates.