Samsung Galaxy S10+ Snapdragon 855 Flagship Official Renders Allegedly Leaked
Rumors have been flying fast about the Samsung Galaxy S10 line of smartphones. Not too long ago some images of the S10 family leaked that showed the smartphones inside clear protective cases. Not long after, more photos of the smartphones leaked along with alleged specifications for the devices. Rumors also suggest that the smartphones are now in mass production. Today some renders have leaked of the S10+, which claim to come directly from Samsung.
The alleged official renderings show a smartphone that looks exactly like the other leaked images we have seen. As for where the leaked renderings came from, 91mobiles claims they are from a "reliable source." The photos show a punched hole camera on the front that has a pair of front cameras inside. The assumption is that one of the front cameras is a wide-angle unit for selfies and other is a standard camera.
Renders show a screen with very thin bezels measuring an alleged 6.4-inches, which should give the Galaxy S10+ the highest screen-to-body ratio of any Samsung device so far. There are no details on panel resolution, but it is expected to be QHD+. There is no fingerprint scanner on the back of the smartphone indicating that the device is using the rumored in-screen fingerprint scanner. Reports indicate that the two high-end S10 devices will use an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner in-screen and the low-end device will use an in-screen optical scanner.
The location of the buttons seems to be just as they were on previous devices. One thing that is unclear from these renderings is where ports will be on the bottom. The renders show a new color that is expected to be called "Prism White." This rumor offers no further details on specifications, but the device is expected to use a Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820 depending on the market.