Samsung’s grand Galaxy S10 launch event is nearing and the device continues to hit the rumor mill. A new live image of the alleged Samsung Galaxy S10+ has surfaced on the web, showing a beautiful white color ceramic finish with stainless steel frame. The image shows the alleged device with a horizontally-aligned triple rear camera setup, which also confirms that this could be Galaxy S10+. A few leaks suggested that the handset could get one standard lens, one ultra-wide-angle lens and the third, a TOF 3D sensor.
The image (leaked by Evan Blass) only gives us another glimpse of what could be the back design of the Galaxy S10+. Furthermore, the smartphone is said to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor and offer a fancy punch hole display design, accommodating two selfie camera sensors on the front. It is expected to house a 4,100mAh battery.
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Besides, according to FCC documents (spotted by Droid Life), the upcoming Galaxy S10 Series, including Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and the affordable Galaxy S10 E, could support the latest Wi-Fi standard, 802.11ax (or Wi-Fi 6), which will offer a much faster and secure experience. The smartphones are listed as A3LSMG975U, A3LSMG973U and A3LSMG970U in the FCC’s certification database.
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Additionally, the Samsung Galaxy S10 family is likely to come with Qualcomm’s top-notch Snapdragon 855 SoC in the US and other select markets. In other markets, including India, the smartphone is said to offer Samsung’s home-brewed Exynos 9820 chipset. The South Korean giant is all set to launch the Galaxy S10 smartphones in a few weeks at the Unpacked event in San Francisco.