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Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ exclusive images reveal on-screen cut-out

24 January 2019 1

As we edge closer and closer to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones, more and more leaks surface online. There’s already a bunch of rumours regarding the devices and another one has just surfaced online. New leaked images of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ have made their way on the internet. The images are clear and reveal quite a number of key specifications of both smartphones.


The images were revealed by AllAboutSamsung and since then have been stealing the hearts of many smartphone fanatics. The company has opted out of the notch craze and implemented a new way of installing the front-facing camera. As seen in the images, both devices have on-screen cut-outs to house the front camera. The Galaxy S10 only has a front-facing camera cutout on the top right-hand side while the Galaxy S10+ appears to have two-circular cut-outs. Both devices have a nearly bezel-less design, a characteristic that Samsung has been trying to achieve for a fairly long time. On the back of both smartphones are three horizontally aligned cameras.


The bottom portion of both devices reveal the presence of a 3.5mm headphone jack, USB-C Type charging port and a downward firing speaker. In all likelihood, the boot logo may change before it makes its way to the shelves. Bear in mind that these are just images of prototypes and not the actual handsets. Unfortunately, what’s under the hood still remains a mystery. Rumour has it that Samsung may bring reverse wireless charging to its Galaxy S10 smartphones. What do you think of the images of the galaxy S10 and S10+? Let us know in the comments section below!


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