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Here are the official press renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10 & S10+

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February 20 is the day when Samsung will unveil its Galaxy S10 lineup that includes the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e. We already know how each device looks but still, if you doubted the leaks, then here are the official press renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ that were shared by WinFuture. These press images reconfirm everything we know related to the design of these phones.

Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ from front

Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ from the front

So, as the image above shows, the Samsung Galaxy S10 AND S10+ have a design similar to the Galaxy Note 9 since the phones aren’t too curvy as the last year’s Galaxy S9 and S9+. There is an Infinity-O screen on the front which means the front camera(s) is placed in the display itself.

Now, the Galaxy S10+ has dual front cameras hence it has a bigger cutout, but since Samsung has redesigned its whole UI, we don’t think this cutout will affect any element of the all-new One UI. As you can see, the phones still have a bottom chin, but it’s smaller than last year’s Note 9. The earpiece is placed on that tiny top bezel.

Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ from rear

Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ from the rear

On the rear, the Galaxy S10 and S10+ have a triple camera setup placed horizontally like the Galaxy Note 9. So, expect a big battery as well. Leaks are suggesting a 4,000mAh battery on the S10+, so that’s great. Since there is no fingerprint scanner on the rear, this press renders once again confirm that the phones have an in-display fingerprint scanner.

SOME MORE PRESS RENDERS

GALAXY S10 

GALAXY S10+ 

So, what is your take on the design of Samsung Galaxy S10 & S10+? Do let us know via the comments section.

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