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Samsung Galaxy S10+ First Live Image Leak Reveals Dual Selfie Cameras



Samsungs upcoming S10 series of smartphones have been leaking from a long time now and fresh leaks come from Reddit user revealing a live image of the upcoming Galaxy S10+. Samsung has scheduled an Unpacked event on February 20th at San Francisco and we will be getting to see a few new smartphones along with the Galaxy S10+ which will come with dual front cameras in a punch hole on the infinity-O display.

From the live image leaks, we can see that the upcoming device has very thin bezels on the side and the two selfies cameras are placed on the top right corner of the device. Although the image quality isn’t that great, we can see the thin bezels and cameras but not any subtle details of the handset. The prototype is kept in a special case but the UI and the screen look to be in good sync and a flip cover or a pre-production case is used with the device to hide its design.

Furthermore, there is a fingerprint scanner under the display and the display hole are the two technologies that seem to be different from last years flagship device. There is a watermark across the screen so there isn’t any thought on video watching experience on the device but it is said to be lighter than the Galaxy Note 9, even after being same sized. Not many features about this device are known as of now which should be known in the coming days.

We have seen in hole display phones line the Galaxy A8s and the Honor View 20, but the camera hole was placed on the left to the device, but on this device we can clearly spot it to be on the right side, which means, all the status bar icons and other notifications will be sliding to left. Are you excited to see this device? We still have almost a months time before the South Korean giant takes the curtains off from these smartphones. Comment in the section below if you have more queries and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.



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