Thanks to an early looks video by tipster Ice Universe, we now have some idea of how Samsung’s Galaxy S10+ will be. At least, when compared to other smartphones from 2018, such as the current Galaxy S9+ or the Oppo FIND X.
If the case is anything to go by, the Galaxy S10+ will have similar dimensions and port placement as the current Samsung Galaxy S9+. The USB Type-C and Bixby buttons are in-line with the alleged case cutouts. The major difference will be the position of the rear camera. Instead of horizontal modules, it looks like the phone will use a vertical mounting style. Which is more in tune with earlier leaks.
Other interesting design on the case includes a circular cutout at the top, possibly for a secondary microphone hole. The earphone jack cutout has also shifted to the left, suggesting new internals and component design. The same case will not fit the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Funnily enough, the casing somehow manages to fit the Oppo FIND X.
Reports say that the Samsung Galaxy S10+ will feature a 6.4-inch display, so the company may have tweaked its design to have a higher body-to-screen ratio this time around. The new Samsung Galaxy S10 series is set to be announced sometime this quarter, most likely during MWC 2019 in Barcelona, Spain. You can look out for our coverage then for confirmation.