Galaxy S10 & Galaxy S10 Plus Alleged Size Differences With Dual in-Display Camera Renders Shared by Known Tipster


Samsung could be hard at work redesigning the upcoming Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus. After all, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus were a near carbon-copy of their predecessors regarding design, and the lackluster sales of these flagships must have definitely forced Samsung to push its design team into creating something compelling to get back on track. A tipster has shared alleged renders of the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus according to a case manufacturer’s impression of these flagships, so let’s take a look at them right away.

Galaxy S10 Plus Front Side Shows Two in-Display Camera Holes - Upcoming Flagship Expected to Feature Quad-Camera at the Back

Evan Blass shared a tweet earlier and according to a case manufacturer’s expectations, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus will look like in the image below. The cheapest Galaxy S10 variant, which is expected to feature a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED screen will have a single in-display camera hole. According to the renders, the hole is going to be smack in the middle of the top part of the screen and the design isn’t going to be any different with the launch of the 6.1-inch Galaxy S10 variant.

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The renders also reveal that Samsung is attempting to reduce the bezels as much as possible, which is the only reason why those in-display cameras will be incorporated. Coming to the Galaxy S10 Plus, the large flagship will have a mammoth 6.4-inch Super AMOLED panel.

Rumors are stating that the device will have a dual-camera at the front, and a quad-camera configuration at the back. If the Galaxy A9 (2018) launch is any evidence, manufacturers like Samsung and Huawei are ready to go all out in the camera department by incorporating multiple lens to provide upgraded smartphone photography and videography, not to mention lossless zoom features.

The launch of the Galaxy S10 family will include three of the models shown in this image and another one that will sport a 5G modem, but the latter will be limited to certain markets. The Galaxy S10 is expected to be compelling upgrade over its predecessor, and if you’d like to learn more about the upcoming flagship, you can check out our related coverage below.

News Source: Twitter (Evan Blass)