Samsung Galaxy S10 Press Renders Leak with No Watermarks

Samsung is projected to take the wraps off the Galaxy S10 lineup in just nine days, but thanks to the plethora of leaks that made the rounds lately, there’ll be very little to be excited about when the time of the announcement comes.

Press renders published by Evan Blass, for example, provide us with a clear look at the Galaxy S10, all without any watermarks and elements covering its key features.

After publishing unwatermarked Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10e photos on February 9, @evleaks returned today with Galaxy S10+ press renders, again in high quality and showing the three colors that will become available for buyers worldwide.

As you can see in the photos included in the gallery, the Galaxy S10+ will be sold in white, black, and green, and will come with an Infinity O display with the front-facing dual-camera system embedded into the top right corner of the screen.

Launch set for February 20

The fingerprint sensor is also placed under the glass, so the back of the phone only brings us the three-camera system exclusive to the Galaxy S10+. The camera and flash assembly is placed in a vertical layout that keeps the rear side of the phone quite clean.

The other two models in the Galaxy S10 lineup will use just a single front-facing camera. The Galaxy S10e, which will be the base configuration, will boast a dual-camera system on the back, while the standard Galaxy S10 will use a triple-camera setup too.

The base configuration, however, will use a fingerprint sensor on the side of the phone and not embedded into the screen.

Full information will obviously be announced by Samsung at the company’s press event on February 20. All models will go on sale in early March, with a 5G model possibly to be rolled out later the same month.


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