14 January 2019
UPDATE (December 5, 2018):
Recently we shared exclusive renders of Galaxy S10+ shared by 91Mobiles courtesy of @OnLeaks. Today once again we have a new set of renders from @OnLeaks. The latest renders suggest the Galaxy S10+ will have quad cameras setup on the rear instead of triple. Another prominent difference on the rear is the placement of LED flashlight and rear sensors. On the front facing side, you will find bezels are even further trimmed. The dual selfie snapper remains on the top-right corner. The older renders are swapped with the new updated ones.
There have been a ton of leaks and rumors related to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup but this is arguably the biggest leak yet. The latest leak is specifically related to the Galaxy S10 Plus and has been shared by an online publication 91Mobiles in collaboration with a reliable tipster @OnLeaks. It comprises of a bunch of high-quality renders as well as a 360-degree video.
Starting with the front panel, the leak shows that the Galaxy S10 Plus will offer a full display user experience with almost negligible bezels. It is said to be a 6.4-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display with dual-curved edges. On the top left, it has a pill-shaped display hole for housing the dual selfie cameras. This camera display hole is different from the ones we have usually seen which is simply because there are two front-facing cameras.
On the back panel, the most noticeable thing is the presence of the triple camera setup. It is expected to feature two 16-megapixel sensors and a 13-megapixel sensor. All these three sensors are aligned vertically with LED flash on the extreme right side. There is no fingerprint scanner on the back panel this time around as Samsung will be offering in-display fingerprint scanner with the next flagship. It is reported to be an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner which is said to be the best and quite fast at unlocking the device.
The Galaxy S10 Plus renders can be seen sporting the usual power button, volume controls, and the physical Bixby button. It seems to be featuring the USB Type-C port and fortunately, it has a 3.5mm headphone jack as well. It means Samsung is unlikely to ditch the traditional headphone jack this time around.
This is pretty much what has been revealed by newly leaked Galaxy S10 Plus renders and video. As per previous leaks, it should be featuring Samsung's latest Exynos 9820 processor and run Android 9 Pie out of the box.