As we get closer to the release of the Galaxy S10 family, we got the biggest leaks coming right up. According to WinFuture, new renders of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ have hit the web.
For the upcoming February 20th launch event, we can see from the renders that both Galaxy S10 and S10+ come with multiple color variants. As we’ve seen previously, the Galaxy S10 has a small cut-out camera in front of it, while S10+ has two cameras.
From reports we had, the Galaxy S1 will have a 6.1-inch display, which is a bit larger than the previous year’s Galaxy S9. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S10+ has a 6.4-inch display, which is not an important fact, until you compare them side by side.
Both phones offer three rear cameras. They support the LED flashlight in the right side of the horizontal row of the cameras. No rear fingerprint sensor, has lead us to think that the phone will only support the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor in the display.
Samsung is releasing their phones in three different colors:
- Traditional black
- White gradient
- Green gradient
The Galaxy S10e will also come in a yellow color option.
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