Leaked Pictures of Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Reveal Flashy New Color Options

Leaked Pictures of Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Reveal Flashy New Color Options

Meanwhile, the rear panel of the device will reportedly have a triple rear camera setup, and Samsung may include a time-of-flight sensor.

However, in terms of the design of the phone there's nothing here that we haven't seen before. Furthermore, the upcoming device is said to be featuring a 6.38-inch display which will sport a 2220 x 1080 pixels resolutions and under the hood, there will be an Exynos 7904 chipset. The Galaxy S10 is also rumored to carry a mammoth storage capacity of 1TB, which probably will be reserved for the most expensive variant.

The fingerpint sensor on the other hand will be embedded into the display. The source of the leak is an anonymous retail industry employee who provided blurry photos of a retail cheat sheet for the new Galaxy S10 lineup.

On the front, the Galaxy S10 and S10e have a single 10MP f/1.9 camera with Dual Pixel Autofocus. Ahead of the official launch, Samsung has released a teaser confirming the arrival its first-ever commercial foldable phone.

Samsung might also launch four Galaxy S10 variants-the "regular" S10, S10 Plus, S10e (or S10 Lite) and S10 Special Edition.

Samsung still has a lot of details on the foldable phone left to share - for starters, why people should want one over a traditional smartphone. With the Galaxy Note 9, Samsung put the majority of its marketing efforts behind promoting the phablet's S-Pen, battery and gaming features. The color options are Prism White, Prism Green and Prism Black.

The S10+ comes in three configurations: 6GB RAM/128GB ROM, 8GB RAM/512GB ROM and 12GB RAM/1TB ROM. So, all the rumors related to a 12GB RAM phone from Samsung with 1TB storage were right. Mobile World Congress takes place between the 25th and 28th of February in Barcelona.

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