Rumors around next Galaxy S series flagship smartphones – anticipated Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ – suggest that Samsung should be launching these at MWC 2019 in February. Now adding to the list of leaks, an alleged Samsung Galaxy S10+ prototype have been spotted in testing at one of the company’s factory.
The alleged Samsung Galaxy S10+ prototype supplied by PhoneArena shows that Samsung is looking at curved panel again, but it’ll sport a rather odd-looking notch in the corner of the display. The handset is said to be incorporating two front-facing cameras, and significantly thinner bezels above and below the display, although this is an unfinished prototype, so final design might have a slightly different appearance, added report.
It’s not the first time that leaks around Samsung Galaxy S10+ have surfaced online. Last week, we saw an alleged 360-degree render video by 91Mobiles showcasing full design of the Galaxy S10+ along with a 3.5mm audio port at the bottom and USB Type-C port.
The publication also supplied some high-quality renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10+, and these highlighted some of the key features in the upcoming flagship. First big change was in the in-screen front-facing camera system. Having a pill-like shape, it clearly tipped a dual-lens selfie camera setup. The screen itself looked massive, with minimal bezels on the top and bottom.
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Alongside various image leaks, the Galaxy S10+ was also stopped at benchmarking websites to reveal the inclusion of Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 under the hood. The benchmark suggested that Snapdragon 855 inside the Galaxy S10+ will be faster than Kirin 980 powering Mate 20 Pro.