Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 plus in San Francisco in about a month, but it is not like the phone its mystery anymore to fans. An increasing number of leaks have revealed nearly everything there is to know about the handset, from design to specs, to prices and launch dates. We’ve seen plenty of renders for various Galaxy S10 versions as well as photos showing alleged accessories for the handset. And now we have an image of an actual Galaxy S10+ prototype that was spotted in use in the wild somewhere in South Korea.
According to the picture posted by the customer on Reddit, the front of the Samsung Galaxy S10 would without a doubt punch-holes rather than bezels, not one but rather two. In the photo, the smartphone could be seen being used by a Samsung worker, potentially on his commute to the organization’s headquarters in Suwon, Korea.
The front side of the smartphone had been basically covered up, but from previous looks, we definitely know a great deal about the camera placement on the back side of the smartphone. With the launch date of this smartphone not exceptionally far and the similarity of the smartphone with some of the leaks, the experts are of the view this surely is a photo of the upcoming lead device from Samsung.
We can’t be a hundred percent surer regarding this leak as the client posting the photo didn’t share any additional details. One comment from a similar post also vouches for this to be the upsized version of the upcoming flagship from Samsung. Giving further details, the commentator mentioned that the smartphone is about similar size from Note 9, although a bit lighter. As per the release, the smartphone also possibly comes from facial recognition. The smartphone is expected to be released earlier this month, we’ll for sure have to wait in order to see the final shape of the smartphone.