24 January 2019
Samsung Galaxy S10+ is also one of the phones that will launch in February 2019 during the company’s Unpacked event. We have heard a lot about the trio already but the stream of leaks isn’t stopping by. Now, a new tip is coming from the very known leakster Ice Universe, who have been covering Samsung related things.
According to his one of the latest tweets on Samsung Galaxy S10, the Plus variant of this trio has a 7.8mm thickness and 4,000mAH battery. Clearly, this is thinner than the Galaxy S9+ launched last year. Also, the battery capacity has been increased too. A Snapdragon 855-powered device is already expected to deliver more battery than its predecessor and now the increased capacity will bring more power to it. Also, looking at the key measurement detail, Galaxy S10+ seems to become the thinnest Galaxy flagship phone.
Going by the previous leaks, the Galaxy S10+ is expected to come with a quad-camera setup at the back, with the fourth being a ToF (Time of Flight) 3D camera for scanning objects. The dedicated Bixby button on the Galaxy S10+ is reportedly located much higher.
Well, we are more than a month away from the launch event of the Galaxy S10, so let’s just wait for all the details getting revealed.