Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S10-series devices are easily among the most-anticipated smartphones of 2019. Marking the tenth anniversary of the chaebol’s flagship line-up, the S10-series devices are expected to come with a lot of bells and whistles. And if the latest report is any indication, we have some really-exciting stuff to look forward to.
Reliable leakster OnLeaks has collaborated with 91Mobiles to bring some high-quality renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10+, and these highlight some of the key features of the upcoming flagship.
Perhaps the most distinctive aspect of the Galaxy S10+ is the in-screen front-facing camera system. Having a pill-like shape, it clearly highlights the dual-lens selfie camera setup. The screen itself looks massive, with minimal bezels on the top and bottom. The display also seems to fall off the left and right edges to give the appearance of no bezels, as is the case with current Galaxy S and Galaxy Note flagships.
The rear panel is equally interesting. Samsung recently introduced the Galaxy A9 (2018), which has a four-lens rear camera system. Going by the renders, it seems that the Galaxy S10+ will also have four lenses at the back, although this camera system will be far superior to that on the Galaxy A9 (2018). The lenses are arranged horizontally, in a module that looks similar to that on the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy Note 9.
Interestingly, the accompanying 360-degree render video posted by 91Mobiles shows the Galaxy S10+ having a 3.5mm audio port at the bottom, along with the USB Type-C port. If this is indeed the case, the Galaxy S10+ will have an essential feature that majority of flagship smartphones prefer to do away with these days.
Talking about core hardware, Samsung Galaxy S10+ will almost certainly be powered by Qualcomm’s recently-launched Snapdragon 855 or Samsung’s Exynos 9820, depending on the region. It’s also expected to come with 6GB/8GB of RAM and at least 128GB of internal storage. Software would be Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box, skinned with Samsung’s new One UI overlay.