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We’ve got what seems to be another good look at Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S10 Plus. This time, the leak comes from 91Mobiles, which claims these are official press images.
What we can see here lines up with earlier leaks at the S10 Plus, showing an extra-wide, dual-lens hole-punch camera in the top right of the display and a strip of lenses and flash modules on the rear. The icons on the lock screen also match previous images, suggesting that Samsung is updating its UI in 2019 with rounded and slightly cutesy icons.
What’s notably missing in this render is a rear fingerprint sensor. That suggests that the S10 lineup will indeed offer an in-display fingerprint sensor instead — a feature we’ve seen from a handful of companies including V…
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