Just a few weeks away from the Galaxy S10 unveiling, we have what seems to be another crisp look at the Plus variant and its unique selfie cam.
Thanks to 91Mobiles, official press images of the upcoming phone are now online. These appear to match up with earlier leaks of the Galaxy S10 Plus, as we can see the wide hole-punch camera in the top right of the display and a rectangular block of lenses on the back. This rear camera setup should house a wide-angle, telephoto, and a standard lens, as well as a flash module.
The lock screen icons also seem to line up with previous reports that claimed Samsung will refresh its UI this year with rounded icons. Lastly, we can obviously see Samsung’s new “Infinity-O” display. (The “O” designates the camera cutout.) The Galaxy S10 Plus is expected to have a 6.4-inch display, the same size as the Note 9. But other sizes should be available, including a 5.8-inch model and special 5G model with a 6.7-inch display.
This 5G phone is thought to pack six cameras and might be an "anniversary" device since the Galaxy S series will be a decade old. For more information about the different Galaxy S10 models expected, see Pocket-lint's guide here. Rumoured specs for this specific Plus variant include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor (or Exynos 9820 SoC), up to a terabyte of storage, and 6GB of RAM.
It might also have a headphone jack and a Bixby button. 91Mobiles said the colour option seen here is new and will be called “prism white”. Now, what we don't see in this render is a rear fingerprint sensor, which means the phone might also feature an in-display fingerprint sensor.
We suspect we’ll find out more at Samsung’s Unpacked event on 20 February.