Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ Live Images Leaked: Are These the Real Deal?
These could be the first proper look at the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10.
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The rumour mill has just churned out yet another leak for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10. A German blog by the name AllAboutSamsung has shared some alleged live photos of the Galaxy S10 and the S10+ in the flesh. By the looks of it, they are quite convincing.
The devices are said to be prototypes and as you can see the all-new Infinity Display that is covering the entire front with a very tiny chin at the bottom. There are also screen cutouts for a single front-facing camera on the S10 and a dual selfie one for the Plus-variant. Unlike the Galaxy A8s and Huawei’s View 20, the holes for the front-facing cameras are on the right side instead of the left.
As for the rear camera setup, you can see that the modules are identical. Last year Samsung offered a single camera on the S9 while the S9+ featured a dual-camera. It is nice to see that both the Galaxy S10 and S10+ will be sharing a triple lens arrangement. Perhaps the Lite or the S10E will come with a dual or even a single camera.
Other than that you can see the clean back panel which looks a lot like the Note 9. Good news is that you still get a 3.5mm headphone jack sitting next to a USB Type-C port. The software and the boot-up logos do look unfinished, so that should probably change once the final units are ready to go.
What do you think? Do the photos look legit?
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