This is the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus with holes in the dual camera screen

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus must also believe it. The flagship gets two holes in the screen with the double selfie camera.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus camera hole visible

The website 91Mobiles claims to have obtained official press photos of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus . Especially the holes at the top right of the double selfie camera stand out. Such a camera hole can be seen as the successor to the notch and you will probably see it this year with several Android phones. The advantage of this is that the edges above and below the screen are a lot smaller than with the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.

The sensors on the back are also clearly visible. The triple camera is placed horizontally and is assisted by a flash. We do not see a fingerprint scanner on the images. It, therefore, seems that it is under the display. With such a scanner you put your finger on the screen, after which the device unlocks. The Galaxy S10 would thus become the first Samsung smartphone with such an in-display fingerprint scanner.

Samsung Galaxy S10 photos leaked

Finally, we see the new software from Samsung. OneUI makes it easier to operate your device with one hand. For example, many menus and apps are at the bottom of your screen. This is nice because you probably need two hands to reach the top of the suspected 6.4-inch screen.

More about the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus probably gets an Exynos 9820 chipset, 6GB RAM and 126GB storage. The most extensive version would have no less than 1TB capacity. Furthermore, the Bixby button is on the left and the device receives a headphone input. The triple camera (16 + 16 + 13 megapixels) seems to be much more powerful on paper than the two sensors on the front (8 + 5 megapixels).

The regular S10 (6GB RAM + 128GB ROM) is going to cost 929 euros according to a rumor. For S10 Plus, you should pay no less than 1049 euros. Samsung presents the Galaxy S10 series, which for the first time in years also consists of a Lite version, on February 20. Of course, we do live report. Download the free Android Planet app or sign up for the newsletter to keep up to date.

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