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We’re all excited to see the new Samsung Galaxy S10 devices and with the recent leak by AllAboutSamsung, we received a rather clear view of the S10 and the S10+.

The first thing that is noticeable about the two devices is the difference in their sizes. The S10 comes with a 6.1-inch display whereas the S10+ comes with a bigger display of 6.4-inch. The S10+ also sports an extra front camera which causes its notch to resemble a pill instead of the circular punch hole design that is spotted on the S10.

Leaked images reveal prototypes of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ 1
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At the bottom of the devices, Samsung has decided to retain the headphone jack, the USB-C port and also the speaker grill. From the looks of it, both phones will also come with thicker chins compared to the side bezels.

While the S10 and S10+ come with different front camera setups, the back of both phones show a similar triple rear camera setup. Honestly, I think the design of the triple rear camera is rather outdated and doesn’t really match the overall design of both phones.

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Leaked images reveal prototypes of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ 2
Image credit: AllAboutSamsung

That aside, you might already notice the missing fingerprint scanner, but it’s only because the devices are expected to come with in-display fingerprint scanners. The company is said to be using Qualcomm’s latest ultrasonic fingerprint scanner which can offer quicker and more accurate scanning.

Other rumours pointed out that the S10+ will have a 4100mAh battery and that all the S10 devices will get faster charging. We are also expecting the prices of the devices to be slightly higher, especially the Galaxy S10 Beyond X that comes with 5G connectivity.

The Galaxy S10 series will be launched on 20 February and I’m pretty sure there will be more leaks ahead of its launch.

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