Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus: The Flagship Smartphone Poses On Live Images

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In February next year, Samsung will likely hold an event where the manufacturer will showcase the new Galaxy S10 series. Now a prototype on the Galaxy S10 Plus has been created. First of all, it should be made explicit that all these photographs were recently shared in the Chinese blogosphere. However, they were collected and disseminated again by the information repository known as SlashLeaks.

From the image to judgment, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will have triple cameras on the backside along with an LED flash, we also see that its cameras should have a horizontal alignment. Something that goes against the design used in its current top-of-the-range Galaxy Note 9.

As in previous years, it also appears that the Galaxy S10 Plus will be available in the color of gold. Another picture also shows the front side, however, the image is so close so that you only see the middle of the display with the text “Samsung Galaxy S10 +”. The inscription on the package says that a model with 128GB of flash memory.

Indeed, we expect the next Samsung Galaxy S10 and its variants to reflect some of the features introduced with the mid-range devices above-mentioned. It is also a common practice, to test certain aspects in more accessible terminals and to optimize their use for future top devices. In short, for the images, we can conclude, at least for now. We only see that this clone of the Android smartphone appears to have rounded corners and finishes as well as a glass and metal construction.

We expect the Samsung Galaxy S10 to be introduced during the first quarter of 2019. More specifically during the MWC 2019 event at the end of February. We can also point out the Exynos 9820 processor as the chipset used in this smartphone and its variants.

Read Also: Samsung Galaxy Note 10: A Concept Shows Us How It Could Be

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