The launch of the Galaxy S10 series is fast approaching and leaks are starting to get to their Zenith. Despite this, however, Samsung has so far succeeded in keeping virtually everything about the device under wrap. While we have seen the device leaked severally in the past, it wasn’t until recently we got hold of what the base Galaxy S10 might look like in terms of design.
The latest leak comes via a Reddit user who posted some live images of the Galaxy S10+ confirming some of it leaked specs. True to it, the leaked images confirm the Galaxy S10+ will indeed feature two selfie cams fitted into the upper right corner, while bezels look like they are getting even thinner than the Galaxy S9+. While there is no way to ascertain if this is truly the upcoming Galaxy S10+, the poster did assure it is, while the pill-shaped display hole on the upper right-hand corner of the screen tells a lot about the device.
A closer look at the image reveals other parts of the Galaxy S10+ is hardly visible, as it appears the phone is encased in a protective cover that is used to conceal the identity of the device until it is made official.
The source while comparing the Galaxy S10+ with other Samsung Galaxy phones alleged that the device feels lighter than the Galaxy Note 9, despite being “about the same size”, while the One UI software is “pretty darn fast.” And while it is only a few weeks until all detail becomes public, our source further confirmed that the Galaxy S10+ will come with improved facial authentication as well as the in-display fingerprint scanner.