First up, a video that shows both the Galaxy S10 and S10+ has appeared on YouTube. The clip appears to be a hands-on video of both devices that accidentally went up early. It confirms many of the S10 and S10+ features that've leaked so far, including the in-display fingerprint reader, triple rear camera setup, punch-hole front cameras, reverse wireless charging, and 3.5mm headphone jack.
A close-up photo of the Samsung Galaxy S10+ has leaked online as well. It gives us a clear look at the front of the device, complete with its thin top bezel, its chin, and its dual front-facing cameras in a pill-shaped hole-punch.
Finally, several renders that show the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Buds in a bright yellow color have been leaked. These truly wireless earbuds look to be the follow-up to Samsung's Gear IconX (2018), offering a charging case, USB-C charging, and "Sound by AKG". The yellow color appears to match the Canary Yellow version of the Galaxy S10e that recently leaked.
There's not a ton of information contained in these leaks that we didn't already know, but they do give us more good looks at Samsung's upcoming hardware. The Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e will be officially revealed on February 20th, and it's expected that we'll also meet the Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Watch Active there. We'll likely get a look at Samsung's upcoming foldable smartphone, too. Wednesday is going to be jam-packed with Galaxy goodness, so stay tuned for all of the announcements as they happen.