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.
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.
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.