Previous leaks of the Galaxy S10 and S10 + were somewhat depressing. While S9 and S9 + have minimal frames and a full 18: 9 display, upcoming Samsung flags will have approximately the same size frames … but with a camera opening in the top right corner of the screen. WinFuture and 91mobiles have published photos of the two phones and it seems Samsung is already trying to hide the camera opening.

Galaxy S10 (left) and S10 + (right)

The new renders coincide with all previous leaks – the camera is in the top right corner of the screen, there are three cameras on the back and the fingerprint sensor is already below the screen. The housing is mostly glass, just like S9, and the Bixby button is still present. There is still a headphone jack on the bottom, so Samsung is winning some moments from me.

As with most press-images for dental / pin-hole cameras, Samsung seems to blur its bad designer solutions with a wallpaper that fades. to black on top. S10 has one front camera, while S10 + has two. At present, it is not clear what the second front camera is used for – maybe this would be a wide-angle shooter like Pixel 3's secondary front lens.

Available colors are black, "Prism White" and green. A blue version is expected somewhere after the initial release. It is assumed that the Galaxy S10 "e" will be available in yellow, but no photos of this phone have run out yet.