"Here is the official rendering of one of the most anticipated flagship of 2019, the Samsung Galaxy S10 +"
With MWC around the corner, technology enthusiasts around the world are preparing for a week full of smartphone releases. However, to the surprise of all, Samsung's South Korean technology giant, which usually opens its latest Galaxy devices on MWC, has decided to host a separate device to announce its embassy on February 20 in San Francisco. While the company is preparing for the launch, Rumourville is buzzing with several leaks that surround the device. Last month, we brought you the high resolution CAD resins of Samsung Galaxy S10 + in collaboration with Onleaks. And now, 91mobile He managed to get the official press of the next smartphone from a reliable source. That's the Samsung Galaxy S10 +.
As you can see in the image, the press processor of the Samsung Galaxy S10 + looks a bit like the factory-based CAD process that we present recently. First and foremost, the device seems to be sent with the now-in-the-hole drilling monitor that houses not one, but two selfie cameras. Our best idea is that Samsung is following the steps of the Google Pixel 3 XL (review) and offers a self-angular camera along with a standard front handle. In addition, the perforation design fits in with the display technology of Samsung Infinity O, which the company spoke at a press conference in November.
Thanks to the use of such a design, the bevels that surround the screen of the Galaxy S10 + are significantly slimmer. As for leaks, the smartphone will be sent with a 6.4-inch screen, similar to the Galaxy Note 9 (revision) and will probably offer the largest screen-body ratio for any Samsung smartphone. Regarding the resolution of the panel, our commitment is that the company is providing its latest flagship with a Super AMOLED screen with QHD + resolution.
Another interesting saying that will be taken from the official render is that, unlike its predecessors, the smartphone does not have a capacitive fingerprint sensor on the back. This corroborates the reports that suggest that the next flagship of Samsung will feature an ultrasonic digital printing sensor that will be shown as the first for the company. As always, we can also expect to see Samsung's smart scanner feature that uses face-unlocking and Iris scanning technologies to authenticate the user, and with the configuration of the dual-selfie camera, it could be further enhanced.
The positioning of the button seems to be standard in the next Galaxy S10 + and you can see the volume rocker and the infamous Bixby button located towards the left spinal column. The right edge of the device is the home of the power button. While the press image does not shed light on the positioning of the ports, the previous filtration suggests that the smartphone will maintain a headphone jack, which will be placed next to the USB Type-C car to the bottom.
Finally, it is clear that the next Galaxy S10 + will send with a triple camera array on the back, flanked by an LED flash. If you remember, our previous escape suggested that the smartphone could be sent with four rear cameras (check the image above with both parts, for your reference). However, the official rendering gives us a clearer picture (no words designed) of the configuration of the rear camera of the flagship. The cameras have positioned horizontally and are expected to have a telephoto lens, a wide-angle sensor and a standard lens. The company also seems to be experiencing new gradient shades, since the official rendering (the one on the right in the image above) sees the smartphone that has a new color, which is expected to be called "Prism White."
We are on the S10 + screen and with the look of flat-markers and the camera icons on the lock screen, the smart phone seems to be running the last user interface of the company based on Android Pie. In addition, there are rumors that the Galaxy S10 + or one of its variants will support the latest 5G networks.
As for the rest of the smartphone's specifications, the phone will probably work with two different chipsets and depending on the region, users will receive the Samsung Galaxy S10 + with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor or the latest Exynos 9820 SoC. The smartphone must send up to one third of storage and at least 6GB of RAM. That's all the information we have in the next Galaxy S10 + for now. Tell us what you are doing about the design language of the company's next emblem in the comments below.