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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Spotted in the Wild, Reaffirms previous reports!



Samsung will be unveiling the latest iteration of its flagship lineup – the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus in the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event scheduled to happen at San Francisco on the 20th of February. Now that the launch is getting near, the device got spotted out of the blue.

A Redditor has uploaded the image of a person using the upcoming device on a bus. The live image is not of great quality but it is good enough to reveal the details of the handset the user is holding. Take a look at the image below.


From the image, the dual in-display front cameras are apparently visible on the top right of the device which is expected to be featured on the Galaxy S10 Plus. This is expected as we have seen the CAD renders of the device in the past. The navigation buttons of the handset look exactly like the One UI which Samsung introduced a few months back. The bezels are barely visible on the top.

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The 3C certification revealed that the brand will unveil a total of five variants of the Galaxy S10 and the S10 combined which goes by the model numbers SM-690F, SM-G975F, SM-G073F, SM-G9730 and SM-G9750. An in-display fingerprint scanner and 3D facial scanning are expected to be equipped on these upcoming flagships.

A reverse charging technology named Powershare, similar to the Huawei Mate 20 Pro is rumoured to be present on both the devices. It will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 in the US while the other markets will get the Exynos 9820 version. The rear of the device will feature horizontally stacked triple camera setup. A 5G model of the Galaxy S10 will also be unveiled in the event.

The launch event is exactly a month away from now and we expect that more and more leaks to happen in the coming days. Until then, stay tuned for updates.

Source | Via

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