A new photo claims to show the front of a Galaxy S10+ in the wild. The big feature that clues us in to the device's identity is the hole-punch in the upper right corner of the screen that houses two front cameras. We can also see what appear to be slim bezels and Samsung's on-screen navigation buttons.
Unfortunately, the device appears to be case to hide its identity and features, so we can't really make out much of its body design.
Samsung managed to avoid the notch on its Galaxy flagships, but leaks have shown that the company will be embracing the hole-punch trend with the Galaxy S10. We've also been told to expect an in-display fingerprint reader with the Galaxy S10 and S10+, and Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 855 processor could be included as well. Samsung is expected to have four versions of the Galaxy S10, including the standard model, the S10+, a "Lite" version, and a special 5G variant with specs like 1TB of storage and a 5000mAh battery.
Now that we're getting another look at the Galaxy S10+ and its hole-punch, what do you think of this look?