In less than 3 weeks Samsung will reveal its latest flagship during an exclusive Unpacked event that is set to take place on February 20. It is already known that the company is working on 3 devices, each of them targeted at a specific customer segment.
A series of leaks have surfaced before, showing the front of the devices in a few renders that featured the device accompanied by clear screen protectors. The latest leaks reveal the rear of the devices and there are a few details that seem to be quite interesting.
The latest renders were released by a reliable source and it is likely that the information is accurate.
The render for the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus features four rear cameras. It is possible that another camera was added by mistake since many sources have claimed at some point that the device will feature for cameras. The position is very interesting as the sensors are placed in a row, with the flash placed on the right side of the setup. The second and fourth cameras are a bit larger in comparison to the first and the third with some sources arguing that they could be used by an AI or pack additional functionalities.
The source is also claiming that Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will be the cheapest model in the series while other sources claim that the budget model will be called Samsung Galaxy S10E.
The release of the Galaxy S10 range will mark the 10-year anniversary of the Galaxy Brand. Samsung’s flagships are very popular among Android users and the Korean giant has worked hard in order to make the future device a game changer.
Several sources claim that Samsung’s first flexible smartphone will also make an appearance at the Unpacked event but the company hasn’t offered any statements on the subject. It is likely that the innovative flagship will generate a huge profit in the following months.
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