These leaked live images of Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ prototypes show us what the final product will look like
South Korean tech giant Samsung is all set to unveil its Galaxy S10 series smartphones on February 20 – five days before Mobile World Congress (MWC) kicks off. Thanks to previously leaked renders and images, we already have a pretty fair idea of what these smartphones will look like. But now, we are looking at the live images of the prototypes of Galaxy S10 and S10+ which give us a pretty good idea of what to expect from the final product in terms of design.
Live images of the prototypes of Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ have been leaked by German blog AllAboutSamsung. These images show that both the S10 and S10+ will come with tiny bezels around the curved edged screens, however, the bezels aren’t as small as they seemed to be in previously leaked renders.
The Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ will both come with Infinity-O display that has a hole in the top-right corner to accommodate the front camera. But, do note that the Galaxy S10 comes with a single camera on the front whereas the Galaxy S10+ comes with dual cameras.
Round the back, both the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ have triple cameras with LED flash and heart rate sensor sitting to their right. We don’t see a traditional fingerprint scanner on either of these phones, which means both of them will feature an in-display fingerprint scanner. However, the Galaxy S10 Lite/E, which is the cheapest in the series, will probably come toting a traditional fingerprint scanner on its back.
That said, these images also reveal that both the Galaxy S10 and S10+ have their power button on the right and volume rocker and Bixby button on the left. At the bottom, these smartphones have a USB Type-C port which is flanked by a speaker and *drum rolls* a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
It’s unlikely that the Galaxy S10 and S10+ Samsung will show us next month on February 20 will be any different from what we see right now design-wise, but, do note that these live images are of the prototypes, and we don’t know when they were photographed, so don’t blame us if the final product looks different.