Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ Update: Latest Leaks Reveal New Phones Have Smaller Hole-punch Camera
The latest leaks of Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ show that the upcoming phones have a smaller hole-punch camera. Is Samsung trying to hide the hole-punch camera for these versions?
Since last year, there are lots of leaked images of these upcoming Samsung Galaxy Phones: Galaxy S10 and S10+. Samsung previous models S9 and S9+ have minimal bezels and have a full 18:9 display, while its upcoming flagships will still have roughly the same size bezels. However, the latest versions have a camera hole at the top right of the screen. The leaked images came from WinFuture and 91mobiles, and both publications published press images of both phones, and it looks like Samsung is already trying to hide the camera hole (for what reason?).
If you are following the news, the latest Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ leaked images seemed to match the previous leaks like the camera is at the top-right of the screen, are three cameras on the back, and the fingerprint sensor is now under the screen. The latest images confirmed the alleged news in the past.
In the latest Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ leak, the phones' casing is mostly glass, just like the S9. The Bixby button hasn't ditched and both phones have headphone jack at the bottom.
Consumers have color options to choose from. Both Galaxy S10 and S10+ sports "The Midnight Black edition." What you should expect is both versions have no color gradient and has a simple appeal. The Emerald Green edition of S10 and S10 Plus has an aqua-like that is brighter on the top, but the bottom part becomes darker. The Prism White Edition has a combination of blue and purple hues with a white undertone. Samsung S10 and S10+ phones have a Blue variant, but it may not be released soon.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ feature 6.1-inch and 6.4-inch Infinity-O AMOLED displays. Both packed with the Snapdragon 855 mobile platform and expected to have 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of inbuilt storage. Both devices have pre-installed Android 9 Pie OS. The S10 has 3,300mAh battery, while the S10+ have a larger battery of 4,000mAh capacity. The upper and lower bezels on both phones have been reduced.
The Galaxy S10, S10+ and a lighter edition called Galaxy S10e are expected to introduce by Samsung on Feb. 20. Some rumors suggest that these phones will be available in multiple markets from March 8. The Galaxy S10 will be sold for 799 and S10+ may begin at $899.
Samsung Galaxy S10 leak shows dual 'hole-punch' selfie camera pic.twitter.com/Dpt2iG1epm — Engadget (@engadget) January 26, 2019