Samsung has promised a "very significant" design change with the Galaxy S10, and new renderings of the S10 + – including a 360-degree video signal – will do just that.
Photo credits: 91Mobiles The renderings come to us via 91Mobiles and were originally released on OnLeaks They were built on the basis of the latest rumors and information in the wild, but they were not yet Samsung Regardless, if the Galaxy S10 + looks like what we see here, it could represent a big change in the company's smartphone design.
Galaxy S10 Plus: 360 Rendering
The first thing you can think of Samsung will notice the device has a curved screen, but instead of leaving the bezels at the top and bottom, they have been made thinner to give more space for the 6.4-inch display of the mob to create a part.
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Since Samsung also installed the lude front cameras in the handset, the pictures suggest that the company will offer two right-facing cameras on the front. Most importantly, there is no score here. The front cameras are instead located in a section on the top right.
In addition to the dual cameras on the front, the renderer provides the handset with a full four cameras horizontally placed on the back, offering a total of six cameras via the handset. It is unclear what all these cameras could offer in terms of resolution and features, but it is clear that Samsung should try to take the crown of the camera phone from the Pixel 3. Credit: 91Mobiles In addition to some handy images, the rendering capabilities are also included in a video: The video sees a power button on the right side of the video Device and a volume rocker and the Bixby button on the left
Apart from the features included in the renderings, it is assumed that the Galaxy S10 + will ship with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, Ultrasound fingerpint sensor located under the display.
Samsung is expected to launch the smartphone in early 2019. Until then, many more rumors and renderings await. [1965-9013]