Ahead of the launch of Samsung’s 2019 flagship S-series at their Galaxy Unpacked event next month, the phones have begun appearing in the wild and now we’ve got more shots of the phone to share showing off the design of both the standard Galaxy S10 and larger Galaxy S10+.

The leak, via AllAboutSamsung.de shows the phones side by side from the front, back and bottom. The front of the phones show both phones with a gorgeous full view display with almost no bezel with the Galaxy S10 sporting a single hole punch in the display for a single front-facing camera, while as we’ve seen previously the Galaxy S10+ will have a double-wide hole punch allowing for a dual front-facing camera.

While the front-facing camera will differ between the Galaxy S10 and S10+, the phones will both have a triple rear camera array. Missing from the rear of the phone (and notable for its absence on the chin) is a fingerprint sensor which adds weight to the continued rumours of an in-display fingerprint sensor.

Finally at the base of the phone we can see that Samsung will again utilise a USB Type-C connection on the phone, with a speaker grille to the left and for those still wanting a wired audio solution a headphone jack.

While the site has no specs to share for the phones, it’s widely expected to be powered by the Samsung Exynos 9820 processor with a number of models being launched including models of the Galaxy S10 with either 6GB or 8GB RAM and 128GB or 512GB of storage (it’s likely they’ll have a microSD card as well), while the Galaxy S10+ will offer the same options with the addition of a 12GB RAM/1TB storage model.

Samsung will be launching their Galaxy S10 line up (and possibly a Galaxy Sport watch as well) on February 20th in San Francisco.

Source: AllAboutSamsung.
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Definitely my next. I’ve had a weird history with Samsung, as I’m sure many have. I had the Galaxy Nexus back in the day and loved it, but the two Galaxy S phones I’d had previously – the 6 and the 7 – were so frustrating. If you weren’t prepared to mess around, they eventually became pretty laggy and, of course, Touchwiz was junk. I never got the 8, but I took a leap of faith on the 9 and… well, apart from not having the Pixel’s camera skills, it’s honestly the best Android phone I’ve had in a very… Read more »