While it’s too early to have a clear idea of what the Samsung Galaxy S10+ will actually look like, many online outlets are giving these renders some credibility, or at least we’d like to think so.
The latest ones are actually a refresh on the render we saw a couple days back over here, but the images had a mistake according to some, it only had three rear cameras when the next Samsung flagship is expected to pack four.
So, here it is, a render of the Galaxy S10+ with four rear cameras and while they were at it, they also slimmed down some bezels.
Now the smartphone is sexier than ever and, albeit the pill-shaped dual camera setup on the front might be hard to swallow for some, the slimmer top bezels give the handset an overall better look.
Going back to the four cameras, we can assume they’ll be of different focal lengths, so we’ll have a “normal” lens, a wide lens, a telephoto one and probably a depth sensor to create photos with the bokeh effect.
All the other specs are expected to be top notch, going from high quality AMOLED display to the new Snapdragon 855 CPU and ultrasonic fingerprint scanner launched today by Qualcomm.
Who’s liking these new renders? Do you think they’re spot on?