The Galaxy S10+ will have a different display hole due to its two selfie cameras
If previous leaks are accurate, the Galaxy S10+ will make its debut next year with two selfie cameras. The first will be a regular sensor while the second will support wide-angle shots. Naturally, this means that one camera will be bigger than the other – different sized cut-outs would be required. Because of this, and in the hope of maintaining a cleaner design, Samsung is said to be using a pill-shaped hole on the display of the Galaxy S10+ which will incorporate both front-facing cameras.
Aside from the different cut-out and two selfie cameras, other Galaxy S10+ differences are rumored to include the presence of a triple-camera setup on the rear. Furthermore, it’s claimed that the device will arrive with a large 4,000mAh battery and a very impressive 93.4% screen-to-body ratio. However, it’s worth noting that this particular model will share most of its specs with the other models.