As the month of January is about to draw to a close, hardcore Samsung Galaxy fans only know one exciting thing – the Samsung Galaxy S10's launch is now indeed becoming more imminent. As it is, they can only expect one sure development as they await its eventual release: tons of leaks of its features and specifications.
The latest to have appeared on the surface is the Samsung Galaxy S10 series' real live images. The newly-acquired images of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Samsung Galaxy S10+ have finally confirmed the lineups' latest leaks in terms of design and features.
One of the key takeaways from these images is how the two devices will differ from each other relative to their bezel presentation. Visibly, the bezels on the Samsung Galaxy S10 are bigger than those of the larger variant. Consequently, the expensive Plus variant is also shown to sport a better screen-to-body ratio.
Another vital confirmation on these live images is the differentiation of the devices' selfie offerings. The vanilla Samsung Galaxy S10 is now indeed revealed to feature a single front-facing camera, embedded right through its display. The bigger variant, on the other hand, is shown to pack a dual front-facing camera setup, one that's been teased heavily previously.
On the smartphones' rear panels, both devices are seen to be sporting triple cameras with an LED flash. There's no apparent fingerprint reader on their backs, a hint that these editions may actually come with in-display fingerprint scanners. At the bottom, the devices are also shown to be both packing 3.5mm audio jacks, USB Type-C ports, and single down-firing speaker grilles.
Alongside the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Samsung Galaxy S10+, the South Korean smartphone titan Samsung is also expected to announce a "Lite" variant on February 20. All three editions are scheduled to be retailed on March 8.
- Images from allaboutsamsung.de