Galaxy S10 and S10+ images yet surface detailed report


Welcome to your best look yet at the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+, thanks to some crispy press renders. These come from the same batch we reported on earlier.

The renders show off the more premium duo of Galaxy S10 phones from the front, the back and the sides. We’re get three color versions – Black, Emerald and White Pearl gradient.

The 6.1-inch Galaxy S10 shows off its single punch-hole selfie camera and its triple rear-mounted array of shooters – regular, ultra-wide and telephoto.

The Samsung Galaxy S10+ has a bigger screen, reportedly a 6.4-inch unit, and has a dual selfie camera punched into the display. The rear has the same triple camera as the Galaxy S10.

Both phones have shaved off a lot of their top bezel and their chins are only marginally wider. These thin bezels have been confirmed by a real world sighting of the Galaxy S10+. There’s no fingerprint scanner on either phone – that’s been moved under the display.

Samsung will debut a trio (possibly a quartet, if the 5G Galaxy S10 rumors are to be believed) of Galaxy S10 phones on February 20. They’ll have new 8nm Exynos 9820 or 7nm Snapdragon 855 chipsets, in-display fingerprint scanners on the Galaxy S10 and S10+ (side-mounted regular scanner on the Galaxy S10 E), triple cameras on the S10/S10+ (dual camera on the S10 Lite) and bigger batteries compared to their predecessors. We’ll be there to bring you the first hand coverage so stay tuned.