A couple of days after we got clear, high-res leaks of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10e, the Galaxy S10+ has surfaced as well.
New high-quality renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10+ have leaked out today courtesy of Evan Blass. We get to see three colors of the device — white, green, and black — though all three of them have black bezels on the front.
These Galaxy S10+ renders line up with what we've seen of the device in the past, including its dual front-facing camera setup in a pill-shaped hole-punch in the display. There's a triple camera setup on the back of the device, too. It's rumored that the S10+ could have a larger screen than the S10 and S10e, coming in a 6.4 inches, and an in-display fingerprint sensor is expected as well.
Samsung will unveil its Galaxy S10 phones at an event on February 20.
Samsung Galaxy S10+, unwatermarked pic.twitter.com/9tMEQTsifY
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 11, 2019