Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ with in-display front-camera, triple rear cameras, in-screen fingerprint sensor surface in renders


Samsung is all set to introduce the Galaxy S10 range of flagship later this month. With the reveal date inching closer, various rumors and leaks continue to surface. This time, we have a full vision of the flagship smartphones. The Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+ get super-narrow bezels on the sides, with a relatively narrow chin at the bottom of the display.

The Galaxy S10 will have a single sensor on the front camera, while the Galaxy S10 + has two cameras in a pill-shaped cutout. Samsung may be trying to hide the camera hole because the top end of the display seems to darkened so this time the cameras will not visible.


On the back, all the models are identical with three-rear cameras arranged horizontally and a in-display fingerprint sensor.The flagships are expected to come with 2960 x 1440 displays. It will be powered either by Exynos 9820 or Snapdragon 855 depending on the region.


The regular, curved version of the S10 with its 6.1-inch screen will come in a choice of 128GB or 512GB of storage is said to be priced at £799 ( INR 72,517 approx.) and £999 (INR 90,668 approx.) respectively. The S10+ is said to come in a 128GB version which costs £899 (INR 81,592 approx.), a 512GB version is expected to costs £1099 (INR 99,793 approx.), and a one terabyte for a bank-breaking £1399 (INR 1,27,005 approx.). We should know more details soon.

In the long list of rumors and leaks, price, battery specifications, and features have been revealed. However, none of them has been confirmed yet so we will have to wait till the actual announcement by Samsung at the Unpacked event scheduled to happen by the end of this month.



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