The forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 series' official renders have now been leaked in full glory. All thanks to the notorious tipster Roland Quandt, the renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ can now be all marveled at relative to its front and back designs and features.
Among the key takeaways of the Samsung Galaxy S10's official renders are without a doubt the color variants it will come with at the time of its launch. The renders have revealed that the series will come in three color options – Midnight Black, Emerald Green, and Prism White.
Consequently, the Samsung Galaxy S10's design language on its color offerings has also been revealed. From the get-go, the Midnight Black variant of the series will not come with the trendy gradient finish and will instead come with simple aesthetics instead. Meanwhile, the Emerald Green edition is revealed to come in a pretty, gradient, bluish dark green to light green. The Prism White variant also comes with a gradient, white tone with bluish, purple hues.
Next to its color design, the Samsung Galaxy S10's key features have also been outed. Perhaps the most glaring revelation is its displays which sport cutout designs. Dubbed as the Infinity-O display, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is now finally confirmed to come with a single front-facing camera due to its singular punch-hole feature. The more premium Galaxy S10+, on the other hand, features a similar punch-hole design, only wider as it boasts of two selfie snappers.
Talking about displays, the Samsung Galaxy S10 series has also been shown to now feature much slimmer bezels. The devices' back panels all sport a triple-camera setup, a speculation that has already been going on for quite some time now.
Alongside the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Samsung Galaxy S10+, the South Korean tech titan is also expected to introduce the Samsung Galaxy S10e, formerly rumored as the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, on February 20.
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