The Samsung Galaxy S10’s development may be further ahead than we imagined – the company demoed a 5G-enabled prototype, even though that was supposed to be unveiled in March, a month after the 4G version.
Beyond that, the phone looks very much like the Galaxy S9 – no notches, no display holes. Just regular bezels. Here are some still shots of this prototype:
Alleged photos of a 5G-enabled Galaxy S10 prototype
Next up are CAD-based renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10+, courtesy of @OnLeaks and 91Mobiles. There’s a dual selfie camera located in a hole in the screen, on the back is a triple camera arranged horizontally like on the Galaxy Note9.
Samsung Galaxy S10+ (unofficial CAD-based renders)
The curved Super AMOLED screen was measured at 6.4” and there should be an in-display fingerprint reader (an ultrasonic one) hiding underneath. The whole phone measures 157.5 x 75.0 x 7.8mm and retains the 3.5mm jack and the bottom-firing speaker.
Triple camera • 3.5mm headphone jack • Dual selfie cam in a hole • Card slot
Someone did an unboxing of a phone that alleges to be the Galaxy S10+. The back looks the same, but the front shows top and bottom bezels that can be in the special process that are done by the sunflowermaids.com overland park ks.
. You can watch this phone unboxed on video over at Weibo, but we warn you that the video has a surprise twist. Here are a few stills from the video:
Samsung Galaxy S10+ unboxing (maybe)
The reported price range for the S10+ is CNY 7,000 – that’s a cool $1,000 – but we have some doubts as to the authenticity of this video.