Video shows alleged Samsung Galaxy S10+ case in size comparison with three current phones
To put the size of the upcoming (and currently unannounced) Samsung Galaxy S10+ in context with currently released models, tipster Ice universe posted a video (via MSPoweruser) starring a case allegedly made for the phone. Interestingly, the case almost was a perfect fit for this year's Samsung Galaxy S9+, which features a 6.2-inch display. Even the volume rockers, the Type-C port and the Bixby button nearly were a perfect match for the cutouts on the case.
Of course, the vertically mounted camera on the Galaxy S9+ didn't line up with the cutout for the horizontally mounted camera sensors expected for the Galaxy S10+. There is also a small round cutout on top that doesn't line up with anything on the Galaxy S9+. This indicates that the 3.5mm headphone jack will be on the top of the Galaxy S10+.
Meanwhile, the case had no chance of housing the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and its 6.4-inch display. And while the cutouts don't match, the Galaxy S10+ case is a match size-wise with the Oppo Find X and its 6.44-inch display. Since the Galaxy S10+ is expected to feature a 6.4-inch screen, it will apparently offer the same screen size as the Galaxy Note 9, but with a much smaller body.
We expect the Samsung Galaxy 10 and Galaxy S10+ to be unveiled during a Samsung event to be held on February 20th, just days before the start of MWC 2019 in Barcelona.