Official Samsung Galaxy S10 Press Photos Leaked

This is it, folks! The official Samsung Galaxy S10 press renders are here to provide us with the closest look we can get at the upcoming flagship before its public launch.

The images you can see in the photo gallery below have leaked via 91Mobiles, WinFuture, and Slashleaks, and they show both the Galaxy S10 and the larger Galaxy S10+ siblings.

As you can see, they confirm several of the rumors that have been making the rounds lately, including the front-facing camera that is embedded into the Infinity O display.

The biggest difference between the standard S10 and the S10+, aside from the larger screen, is that the first comes with just one selfie camera, whereas the latter uses two of them. As a result, the hole in the screen is bigger on the Galaxy S10+, and it remains to be seen how intrusive it’ll be in everyday usage.

Fingerprint sensor in the screen

The Galaxy S10 won’t come with a fingerprint sensor on the back. Samsung has reportedly embedded the reader into the glass, while the base version is projected to come with a sensor on the side.

The Galaxy S10+ will most likely be offered with 6 GB of RAM, but some recent rumors claimed the company could very go up to 12 GB on the top-of-the-range versions. The 6.44-inch display will offer a resolution of 1440×2960 pixels with 511 PPI, and the device will pack a 4,000 mAh battery with Fast Charging support.

Power will be provided on all Samsung Galaxy S10 models by the latest Snapdragon chip or the Exynos 9 Octa, depending on the region. All S10 versions will run Android Pie out of the box.

The lineup will be announced on February 20 at Samsung’s Unpacked event, while shipments are projected to kick off in early March in the majority of markets across the world.

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