Leaked official renders confirm Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ final designs

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Leaked official renders confirm Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ final designs

Similar to the Galaxy S9 from a year ago, the S10 is largely constructed of a metal casing, and it appears Samsung still retains the headphone jack. The smaller smartphone features a 6.1-inch Super AMOLED screen, with rumors stating that the handset will feature a 3300mAh battery. Today some renders have leaked of the S10+, which claim to come directly from Samsung.

"The 5G Galaxy S10 is still in the pipeline and will start being produced later during the first half", said the source.

The transformable smartphone will reportedly be priced at more than 2 million won (US$1,789). In fact, the company expects slow smartphone sales to affect its mobile display business in the first quarter of 2019, as well. This will mark the first time that Samsung's ditched its Gear branding in favor of the Galaxy one for its headphones, and marks a similar shift that we saw past year with the Galaxy Watch being released as a successor to the Gear S3. During the conference, Samsung said that it would begin the mass production of foldable Infinity Display in the coming months.

The Samsung Galaxy Sport is expected to make an appearance at Samsung's Unpacked event being held on February 20th, or at MWC a few days later. There's less bezel, more screen, new cameras, and a punch "don't call it a notch" hole. The ultrasonic fingerprint tech boasts better accuracy than traditional ones, such as those featured in the current iPhone and Galaxy S, and shows excellent performance in harsh conditions, like grease, sweat or light. Keep in mind that only two high-end models will feature an ultra-sonic fingerprint scanner, while the Galaxy S10E will come with an optical fingerprint scanner. Let us dive into the gallery and point out the key differences between the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus.

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