Newest Galaxy S10+ leak surfaces likely device renders


After prolific leaker Ice universe shared an image of what is purported to be the upcoming S10+ screen protector last Wednesday, unofficial renders of the smartphone have emerged, satisfying every spec requirement established thus far.

Over the past couple of weeks, a large handful of specs regarding the S10 lineup have leaked – from the dimensions to the GPU to the price; the newest by notable tech leaker Ice universe, however, gives us a taste of just how thin (and maybe non-existent) the Galaxy S10+'s bezels will be, and 91 mobiles and Steve H.MyFly used the image to create a very likely render of the upcoming .

As for the profile that has emerged so far, the screen will be 6.4in – just 0.2in longer than that of the S9+ – with an AMOLED dual-curved display like several of its predecessors.

Three horizontally organised cameras – a standard lens, a telephoto lens, and a wide-angle lens – are expected to be on the rear, while the front features two cameras in the top right corner of the display which the company calls the ‘Infinity O' design.

As a first for Samsung phone, the S10+ will sport an in-display fingerprint sensor following in the steps of the most recent flagships of OnePlus, Vivo, and Huawei.

The device is set to be powered by Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 8150 processor and the Exynos 9820 SoC.

Some reports suggest that the S10+ will sport up to 12GB RAM and 1TB of storage, but others think that 6 to 8GB of RAM is a safer prediction.

Though it's likely that the official model will look similar to these renders, it's important to note that these just take into account the small collection of specs that were leaked until now. The official reveal is expected to take place in February of 2019. – Prosyscom Tech News

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