Samsung Galaxy S10+ Live Image Leaked Showing Dual-Front Camera


Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ which are the upcoming flagships of Samsung has got many leaks until now. Also, both of these phones are coming on February 20 in an Unpacked event by Samsung. But before this event, a new leak has been observed showing the live photo of Samsung S10+ showing a dual-front camera setup in a punch hole on the infinity-O display.

This leaked image is not much clear as you can see above, but even though we can notice the physical appearance. This image is showing very thin bezels on the sides and dual-front cameras in a punch hole which is placed at the top-right corner of the screen. Looking at the image, it seems like the device is placed in a special case and also you can also observe flip-cover hiding the design of the device.

In addition, there’s an In-display fingerprint sensor. Also, we can clearly observe that the camera hole is placed at the top-right of the screen instead of top-left which has been already seen in some devices like Galaxy A8s and Honor View 20. Apart from these two differences, there aren’t any more differences from the previous flagships of Samsung.

Furthermore, there’s a watermark across the screen due to which there isn’t any idea of video watching experience or gaming experience. Even after some prior rumors, there isn’t any much information about this device. However, its features will be disclosed soon in the upcoming Unpacked Event on February 20 which will be held in San Francisco. However, it is expected that there are more rumors and leaks coming in the upcoming weeks before its launch.

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