Here’s a Closer Look at the Galaxy S10+

Posted on January 31, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Android, Hardware with 9 Comments

Look, it’s no surprise that companies are really bad at keeping secrets. And Samsung is no different, the companies new products often leak in amazing detail before they are even official, and the trend continues with the company’s upcoming Galaxy S10 line of devices.

We have already had a couple of leaks of the devices, with the official launch expected on the 20th of February. And now, we have a much closer look at Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S10+, which will probably be the most expensive Galaxy S10 device of this year.

91mobiles has revealed what seems to be official renders of the Galaxy S10+, showing the device off in all its glory. From the renders, we get a closer look at the wider Infinity-O notch since the S10+ has a dual front camera setup. On the back, we get a look at the device’s three-camera setup, and no fingerprint scanner — likely hinting at an in-display fingerprint sensor.

The render of the device you see above is a new colourway called Prism White, by the way.

Apart from that, there really isn’t much to see here. It will be interesting to see what improvements Samsung is going to introduce with the new third camera on the back of the device, as the device will feature a telephoto sensor, a wide-angle sensor, and a standard sensor on the back. As for the hardware itself, you will be getting a 6.44-inch Super AMOLED display, the Snapdragon 855 processor, and at least 6GB of RAM.

More leaks of the S10 will likely follow in the coming weeks, so keep your eyes wide open if you are looking to pick up any of the new devices later next month.

Tagged with ,

Elevate the Conversation!

Join Thurrott Premium to enjoy our Premium comments.

Premium member comments on news posts will feature an elevated status that increases their visibility. This tab would allow you to participate in Premium comments with other premium members. Register to join the other Premium members in elevating the conversation!

Register or Subscribe

Join the discussion!


Don't have a login but want to join the conversation? Become a Thurrott Premium or Basic User to participate