Looks like Samsung is taking a weird train with its next flagship smartphone. If the latest full-fledged renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus are any indications, the South Korean giant could be going full berserk for its next phone.
Probably arriving early next year, the leaked 5K renders and 360-degree video gives us the complete look. Now we know what to expect at least. Thanks to the association between Onleaks and 91mobiles, we have got the first complete look at the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. Let’s talk about the specifications and features that we know so far.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus specs
Believed to sport a large 6.4-inch dual-curved edge display, the S10 Plus would pack an AMOLED QHD resolution screen. The front is where the things are quite interesting, as it has always been for a Samsung phone. Introducing the “Infinity O” design, this Samsung flagship will offer a dual selfie camera piercing the display. An in-display dual selfie camera is put in implementation in order to achieve the bezel-less design.
Things are about to get serious, as Samsung will reportedly remove the fingerprint sensor from the back, and put it inside the display. This is expected to be a faster and more accurate form of an in-display fingerprint sensor. Further, the report on 91mobiles says that Samsung could be removing the iris scanning feature to introduce a new Face Unlock feature.
Expected to be powered by a Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 8150 chipset in the United States and the Exynos 9820 SoC in other markets including India. There are reports pointing out that Samsung could offer up to 12GB of RAM and up to 1TB of storage. But we know Samsung likes to be more conventional, at least in terms of the RAM and storage configurations. So, expect no more than 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage.
On the software front, it could be offering Android Pie based Samsung’s new One UI. Whereas on the camera front, it could be packing a setup including 16MP + 16MP + 13MP triple rear camera setup as depicted on the render. In terms of connectivity, Samsung might not remove the might 3.5mm audio jack, and could offer fast charging support on its USB type-c port.
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