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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Leaked Renders Reveal ‘Infinity-O’ Display

Samsung launches its flagship S-series smartphones every year. Continuing the tradition, the South Korean company is expected to launch the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus at MWC which takes place in February next year. As per the reliable leaker Onleaks and his partnership with 91mobiles, the S10 Plus has been revealed in all its glory. Let’s take a look at what the leaked renders show.

The Galaxy S10 is expected to sport s large 6.4-inch curved AMOLED screen. It should bears QHD resolution similar to its predecessor. The top and bottom bezels are now slimmer. As seen in the leaked image, the S10 Plus features a display hole at the top right corner producing greater screen-to-body ratio, which the company calls the ‘Infinity-O’ design. This houses dual front cameras. On the back, there is a horizontally arranged triple camera module, which are expected to include standard, telephoto, and wide-angle lenses. The device is expected to ship in a Ice Blue color in a gradient finish.

The renders also reveal the absence of a physical fingerprint scanner, which means that the Galaxy S10 Plus will be the first Samsung phone with an in-display fingerprint sensor. Samsung is also expected to ditch the Iris scanner for a newer version of face unlock. There is a USB Type-C port and 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom.

Under the hood, the Galaxy S10 Plus is expected to be powered by Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship Snapdragon 8150 chipset. The device is rumored to pack a massive 12GB RAM and 1TB storage space. Out of the box, the S10 Plus could run on Android 9.0 Pie layered with Samsung’s new One UI.

These are just leaks and renders of the Galaxy S10 Plus. Users should take this information with a pinch of salt. We expect the device to be launched at MWC 2019. Till then stay tuned to our Blog, Facebook page, and Twitter handle for more

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