Leaked official renders confirm Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ final designs

We already have a good idea of what to expect from the Galaxy S10 series thanks to a series of leaks and renders. While we have relied on unofficial renders of the device in the past few months, today’s leak brings some official-looking renders of both devices courtesy of WinFuture.

The images seen below are supposedly those of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ in white, black, and green colors. The reliable leaker claims these are the official renders and color options of the Galaxy s10 and S10+ that will sell in the European market.

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Aside from the color revelation, the new leak basically confirms virtually all the usual suspects including the hole-punch design in the top-right that houses a single and two selfie cameras, triple rear camera setup with LED flash, and absence of a physical rear fingerprint scanner which suggest the fingerprint sensor is now under the screen. Similar to the Galaxy S9 from last year, the S10 is largely constructed of a metal casing, and it appears Samsung still retains the headphone jack.

Samsung is also reportedly bringing a third variant dubbed the Galaxy S10 Lite. The entry-level Galaxy S10 Lite will come packed with some watered down features including a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and is expected to arrive in a yellow color option in some markets, though renders of that device is obviously absent at the moment.

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