Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus leaked images shows the device from every angle

Samsung's upcoming flagship device the Galaxy S10 line-up live images leaked, reveals punch-hole selfie camera display, triple rear cameras and headphone jack.

Thursday, January 24, 2019

/ by Aman Banka

We already know that Samsung will be launching the Samsung Galaxy S10 series a week before the biggest mobile show, Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019, on February 20th. By now a lot of details about the Galaxy S10 series have been leaked including the CAD renders, specifications and case manufacturers renders.

Today, we have the first look of both the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus from every angle confirming the earlier design leak and leaving nothing to the imagination. Leaked by German blog AllAboutSamsung, widely known for covering every Samsung news, the live images are of the prototypes of the S10 and the S10+.

As you can see in the images, the Galaxy S10 series will bring new infinity display with the punch-hole design. Samsung is calling that display setup Infinity O. With minimal bezels on the top and a smaller chin on the bottom, the Galaxy S10 line-up will provide an immersive experience.

On the rear, the Galaxy S10 and the S10 Plus will house triple cameras paired with a heart-rate sensor and dual-LED flash, all clubbed together in a wide horizontal rectangular box. The key differences between the S10 and its Plus variant are the larger display size, extra RAM and storage configurations, and dual-front facing punch-hole cameras on the latter variant.

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The images confirm that the complete S10 line-up will come with USB Type-C port, speaker grill, and primary microphone on the bottom and Samsung will also retain the 3.5mm headphone jack, which is dead for many manufacturers already.

In similar news, some more live images of the Galaxy S10 have been surfaced online which reveals that the South-Korean giant is working on its proprietary cryptocurrency wallet called the Samsung Blockchain KeyStore and will be introduced with the Galaxy S10 series launch.

The wallet description says that users can either import cryptocurrency from existing wallets or can create a new one using the Samsung Blockchain KeyStore. The build currently supports only Ethereum (ETH) cryptocurrency but we can expect other popular coins support by the time of the launch.

As per rumors, the in-display ultrasonic fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S10 series won't support screen protectors. The devices will feature reverse wireless charging and the Galaxy S10 Plus will house 4100mAh battery in a 7.8mm body. Lastly, an image shared by @evleaks shows the Galaxy S10 E, S10 and the S10 Plus in a transparent case.

With just a month left for the biggest, Samsung UNPACKED 2019 event, expect many more leaks in the coming days. You can download our Android application for reading more about the Samsung upcoming smartphones.


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