Samsung is scheduled to launch the Galaxy S10 series later this month and with the launch coming closer, leaks and rumours are following the league. New renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ show the phones with the front camera within the display, offering a more real-estate screen and despite the narrow bezels, there still is a sizeable chin at the bottom of the display.
The images show the Samsung Galaxy S10 with a single sensor on the front, while the Galaxy S10+ comes with a dual front camera set up at the front. The back of both the phones looks the same as they bear an identical triple rear camera setup placed horizontally. Note that none of the phones have a fingerprint sensor on the back, which suggest that they could have been moved within the display. The phone still rocks a Bixby button that is located under the volume rockers.
Both the Galaxy S10 and S10+ are expected to come powered by either Exynos 9820 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC depending on the region. There will be a third variant of the S10 that is rumoured to come with a 6.1-inch display along with a fingerprint sensor placed on the side. The third variant could be called the Galaxy S10 E.
As far as the pricing is concerned, the S10 with a flat-screen 128GB storage will be priced at £669 (Rs60,730 approx.), while the regular S10 with its 6.1-inch with 128GB and 512GB will be priced at £799 (Rs 72,517 approx.) and £999 (Rs 90,668.41 approx.) respectively. The Galaxy S10+ with 128GB storage and 512GB storage will be priced at £899 (Rs 81,592 approx.), and £1099 (Rs 99,793 approx.), while the one terabyte Samsung Galaxy S10+ could come at £1399 (Rs1,27,005 approx.).