Samsung Galaxy S10+ renders showcase entire design, display hole included
UPDATE: The original renders were inaccurate and have been replaced with new ones. These feature significantly smaller bezels and also include a fourth rear camera. The original article has been updated and continues below:
The Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10 Lite are three of the most anticipated smartphones of 2019. Leaks and rumors are pointing towards everything from display holes and triple cameras to in-display fingerprint scanners and no bezels. But today, in a very unexpected leak, the first renders of the upcoming Galaxy S10+ courtesy of 91Mobiles and @OnLeaks have been published online revealing everything about it.
Kicking things off with the front panel design, the Galaxy S10+ once again retains Samsung’s signature curved edge display. Unlike previous-generation devices, though, a pill-shaped display hole in the corner of the panel has been included and is home to two selfie cameras. Elsewhere, the side bezels appear almost invisible, while the top and bottom bezels have decreased significantly, creating a much more uniform look.
On a final design note, an aluminum frame is sandwiched between the glass panels. Towards the bottom, Samsung has included a USB Type-C port alongside a speaker and the 3.5mm headphone jack. This is paired with a microphone on top and the SIM card tray. Also, as with recent Galaxy flagships, this particular model includes a volume rocker, a power key, and a dedicated Bixby button.
Although the Galaxy S10+ isn’t expected to make its debut until late February 2019 at MWC in Barcelona, most of the smartphone’s specs have already leaked. Depending on the region, the device will be powered by the Exynos 9820 or the Snapdragon 8150. This should then be paired with a respectable 6GB of RAM and at least 128GB of internal storage. The display sits at 6.4-inches in size and, according to 91Mobiles, is backed up by a 3,700mAh battery rather than the rumored 4,000mAh cell.
As this smartphone is still three months away, it’s worth taking this leak with a pinch of salt. However, the fact that this particular render was created by Steve Hemmerstoffer does indicate that the showcased design is pretty close to the final product.