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Alleged Galaxy S10+ prototype shows corner notch, dual selfie cameras

10 December 2018 2

Samsung's next-gen flagships Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ are closer than ever to the official unveiling as it is expected to happen within the next three to four months. This is the reason there have been new rumors and leaks emerging to give us an idea of what to expect. Now, there is a new Galaxy S10+ leak showing the larger sibling with a corner notch and dual selfie cameras.

The leak features an alleged Galaxy S10+ prototype image seems to have been spotted during usual testing procedures at one of the Samsung's factories. The prototype has the label "Beyond 2" which is the reported codename for the bigger Galaxy S10 flagship. In the image, one can easily spot the corner notch on the top right corner which looks even odder than the standard notch in the center. It is also housing the dual selfie camera setup which is expected of any notch.


This is in line with the previous Galaxy S10+ renders leak which also showed the device with dual selfie cameras. It is also rumored to feature a quad rear camera setup which means there will be a total of six cameras on the flagship. Although, there have also been leaks showing the device with a central display camera hole instead of the notch of any kind.

Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 flagships will be featuring the Exynos 9820 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor depending on the particular region. Interestingly, a recent report showed that the Snapdragon 855 variant managed to score higher than the Exynos 9820 variant on AnTuTu.


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