Samsung has a great year with their Galaxy S series and Note series. As 2018 is close to an end, Samsung’s eyes are on 2019. As always, the S series of smartphones is one of the most anticipated smartphones of any year. Just like every other year, everyone’s eyes are on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus.

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Samsung Galaxy S10+ Leak

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus surfaced in a video up on Instagram recently. According to the leak, we see a curved glass as usual but the front camera cutout houses dual cameras, which Samsung calls Infinity-O display. Looking at dual front cameras, we know it is the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus variant.

 

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An Instagram account (@samsungist) leaked this video, which the account later deleted. Seems like they are new to the leaks field. As a result, we cannot confirm its authenticity yet. Above all, we at least got an amazing glimpse at the Galaxy S10 Plus.

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According to past leaks, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus comes with a dual-cameras in the Infinity-O display. The cutout is placed at the top right corner of the Infinity display. We imagined something else but the result turned out another beautiful thing.

Samsung Glaxy S10 Plus 1

It turns out three variants for the Galaxy S10 will be releasing next year. A 5G variant will follow up the three variants later. The 5G variant might come with more RAM compared to the basic variants. We might get a sneak peek at the Galaxy S10 variants at MWC 2019. This will give us a good idea on how the devices will look and work in real life usage.


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