Just yesterday, we got a pretty close look at the Galaxy S10+. The device looks quite identical to some of the recent Galaxy devices, except some minor design changes.
And now, the folks at WinFuture have leaked a whole array of official renders for both the Galaxy S10 and S10+, revealing the devices in all their glory. Both the devices come in a regular black finish, as well as a new Prism White colourway and a green colourway.
Here’s the Galaxy S10 in Prism White:
And here’s the Galaxy S10+ in green:
You can find more renders on WinFuture’s original leak here.
Both the devices are incredibly identical, except the notch design. While the regular Galaxy S10 comes with a 6.1-inch display, the S10+ features a 6.4-inch panel. The S10+ also has a dual front camera, making the Infinity-O notch flatter than the regular Infinity-O notch on the regular S10. Both the devices also lack a fingerprint scanner, meaning they will come with an integrated fingerprint sensor on the display.
So far, we also know that Samsung is opting for the Snapdragon 855 to power the devices, and it will come with at least 6GB of RAM. The company is also expected to cheaper Galaxy S10 variant, likely called the S10e, though details on that have not been revealed yet. It will likely compete with Apple’s iPhone Xr.
Samsung is expected to reveal its new Galaxy S10 line, along with its new foldable phone, on February 20.
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