Samsung is not doing well to keep secret about the details of upcoming mobiles. Some even believe that we are dealing with controlled leaks that drive marketing activities around new smartphones. This time, a photo of the Galaxy S10+ used in the bus hit the network. It is of poor quality, but reveals the most important detail: a dual front camera.
We have already got used to the fact that about a month before the premiere of new Samsung flagships, we already know everything about them. A year ago, there were already some good quality Galaxy S9 photos taken by people involved in the production process. We were also able to see the official renders, which later found themselves in Samsung’s promotional materials. This time, the Koreans were able to prevent leakage of this type of materials. However, one of the employees of Samsung has been caught on the public use of the Galaxy S10+. The following picture was most likely taken on a bus going to the company campus in Suwon (South Korea). It is possible that he will avoid a possible punishment. The employee’s ID number and the serial number of the smartphone were smudged on the photo.
Galaxy S10+ is supposed to have 6 cameras: 2 at the front and 4 at the back
The published photo is of poor quality. In addition, the immortalized Galaxy S10 + is located in a protective casing that hides design details. The only detail we can see is a dual selfie camera placed in the hole of the Infinity-O screen. It is in this way that Samsung decided to avoid the use of a notch. Everything also indicates that the speaker is in the upper beam, which is thinner than in the Galaxy S9.
Samsung Galaxy S10+ is the largest of the three variants of the new flagship. The presentation of the device is scheduled for February 20 in San Francisco. In this way, Koreans want to focus all media attention on themselves and avoid competition in the form of other producers exhibiting at the MWC 2019 in Barcelona (February 25-28). Galaxy S10+ will have a 6.44-inches display and a 4,000 mAh battery. Additional rumours point to a long-awaited fingerprint reader hidden under the screen, which unfortunately may not work with additional protection glass.