fbpx

The Galaxy S10+ could be the first Samsung flagship with quad-cameras at the rear

Yesterday we had a glimpse of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10+ thanks to serial leakster @OnLeaks. It features a brand new Infinity-O display that has a cut-out-hole for not just one but two selfie cameras for the front. Unfortunately, it appears that the released renders are not entirely accurate as pointed out by other leaksters

Now @Onleaks has provided a fresh batch of renders which should be closer to the actual Galaxy S10+. The major difference is the number of cameras at the back. 

Instead of a triple-camera setup, the Galaxy S10+ apparently has a total of four cameras at the rear. This could be similar to the latest Galaxy A9 (2018) that offers a dedicated depth sensing camera, telephoto and ultra-wide-angle lens. In terms of design, the camera module is similar to the Galaxy Note8 where the cameras are placed horizontally on a black panel. 

To give the Galaxy S10+ a fresher look, it appears to come in a variety of gradient colours that flow not only on the glass panel but on the aluminium frame as well.  

Another noticeable change on these renders is the slimmer bezels. The result is a significantly thinner edges but there’s a noticeable chin at the bottom which isn’t symmetrical to the top forehead. For selfies, Samsung has cut out quite a sizeable hole on the top right corner. The top right placement is interesting since the Galaxy A8s and the upcoming Huawei Nova 4 will get a single cut-out-hole that’s positioned on the top left corner instead. 

Details for the rest of the hardware remain unchanged. The Galaxy S10+ is said to come with a 6.4″ Quad HD+ display and it still retains a 3.5mm audio jack at the bottom. There’s no longer a physical fingerprint sensor at the back as the new device comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor. You can check out more photos from 91Mobiles at the source link below. 

SEE ALSO:  Samsung's Galaxy Watch Active 2: Under Armour Edition can be connected to your shoes

[ SOURCE , VIA ]

Alexander Wong