South Korean technology giant Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone has been in news for months now. The smartphone, which is about to be launched in a few weeks, is the company’s tenth-anniversary edition. Samsung is expected to launch three smartphones in its Galaxy S10 lineup this year, followed by a 5G variant that will be launched with the handset maker’s foldable phone.
There have been a number of rumours and leaks about the upcoming lineup by Samsung and the latest one to surface online is a video that shows what may be the case for Samsung Galaxy S10+. While the video does not include the smartphone, it does give us an idea about how Samsung Galaxy S10+ may look like.
Ice Universe, which is known for sharing leaks about Samsung smartphones, has posted a video on YouTube which showcases the Samsung Galaxy S10+ case. It is worth noticing that the case fits around Samsung Galaxy S9+ quite well. We should mention that Samsung Galaxy S9+ sports a 6.2-inch display while reports suggest that the company’s Galaxy S10+ will come with a 6.4-inch display.
Considering that Samsung Galaxy S10+’s case fits Galaxy S9+ so well, it means that the South Korean technology company plans to add more screen space without actually increasing the size of the smartphone. The case also has cut-outs for USB-C port, volume rocker keys and the dedicated Bixby button. Note that all of these are placed similarly as they were on Samsung Galaxy S9+, so it makes sense how the smartphone’s case fit the ‘predecessor’.
There is a large cut-out in the smartphone’s case for the horizontally stacked triple-camera setup, which confirms the reports which claimed the same. The smartphone maker has been focussing on photography-centric smartphones since last year and this was evident when it revamped its Galaxy A series with smartphones that feature triple and quadruple rear camera setups. And now, we are expecting to see multiple rear cameras on its flagship device too.
According to reports, Samsung Galaxy S10+ will sport a 12MP wide-angle sensor which will have a 78-degree field of view, a 16MP super wide-angle sensor that will have a 123-degree field of vision and a 13MP telephoto sensor with a 45-degree field of vision.
Image and Video courtesy: YouTube, Ice Universe