Wow! Samsung Galaxy S10+ pictured being used in public, someone's in trouble

Wow! Samsung Galaxy S10+ pictured being used in public, someone's in trouble

Wow! Samsung Galaxy S10+ pictured being used in public, someone's in trouble

The image shows the alleged Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus smartphone which is claimed to be in the hands of a Samsung employee. From the looks of it, the Redditor made the most of his phone's zooming capabilities, which means we're looking at a photo that's not of the best quality.

With the Galaxy S10 about one month away, we thought we knew everything there was to know about Samsung's next flagship. Four of the devices, dubbed Galaxy A4+, Galaxy A50, Galaxy A70, and Galaxy A90 have already leaked online, and are expected to be launching sometime in the second quarter of this year. The S10 Plus will have a 6.4-inch screen, while the cheaper "Lite" version of the phone will be 5.8 inches. Being the 10th edition Galaxy S device, the smartphone is expected to carry some interesting features. But there could be the rumored Galaxy S10 Special Edition to boast additional RAM.

According to Armadillotek, a US-based phone accessory maker, the in-display fingerprint scanners of the Galaxy S10 phones do not work with a screen protector.

Samsung plans to launch a total of 9 models in the Samsung Galaxy A series. The company is yet to confirm the name Galaxy F officially.

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The specs are not yet public, but a listing on Amazon reveals a tear-drop notch - the first for a Samsung device, dual rear cameras, a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, USB-C, and a headphone jack.

Conceivably, this might also apply to other translucent coverings separating the display from fingerprints, from thin screen shields to thick see-through covers in protective cases.

A report by Reuters also indicated that the phones would cost between about $140 to $280, and will have large batteries and quick charging.

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