As Samsung’s official Galaxy S10 launch event in San Francisco edges closer, image renders of the Galaxy S10 and S10+ have started to leak online. Interestingly enough, the source of the leaks seems to link back directly to Samsung.
The image render of the Galaxy S10+ shows the expected punch hole diplay, but with a slightly bigger cutout to accommodate for the what appears to be dual sensors. While one of the sensors is obviously a standard camera, the other camera sensor could be there for wide-angle selfies.
In regards to the Galaxy S10, the image render clearly seems to match an earlier image poster by serial leakster Evan Blass (@evleaks). Right down the position of the cutout in the Infinity Display.
Another point that the image renders seemingly confirm are the phones’ main triple camera setup at the back. As per an earlier tweet by XDA developer Max Weinbach (@mweinbachXDA), both the Galaxy S10 and S10+ were to sport an ultra-wide 16MP f/1.9 sensor, a normal 12MP ISOCELL sensor with Samsung’s variable aperture, as well as 13MP telephoto lens.
Bear in mind, the initial rumours suggested that only the Galaxy S10+ would receive the latter. Judging from the image renders, however, it seems that both variants of the phone will come with the telephoto function.
Another thing you’ll notice is the absence of a physical fingerprint scanner, either on the back or the side of the phone. Leading us to believe that the new Galaxy S10 series will actually feature a In-display fingerprint scanner, on top of an improved version of Samsung’s face unlock security feature.
Believable as these image renders are, we’ll still have to wait until the official Samsung Unpacked event that’s taking place on 20 February this month. Until then, we do advise you to take this with a pinch of salt.