Samsung Galaxy S10+ Leaks Again - Shows Pearl White Color

The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be the next marvel in the world of Android phones. The phone is continually hitting the rumor mills, and the fresh news from today shows us a closer looks at the Galaxy S10+. The renders are the courtesy of 91Mobiles and OnLeaks, and we can unquestionably
rely on them.

The renders of the phone are in line with the CAD render that we’ve seen in the past. So, it’s confirmed that the phone will get a triple rear camera system on the back along with the dual camera on the front. Well, the phone will go official on February 20 with official sales to embark on March 8, around the globe.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Trio will get almost similar design from the last two iterations. The only significant difference will be the infinity displays with a higher screen to body ratio. The bezels on the chin are also noticeably smaller than the one we got with the Galaxy S9 duo. Samsung will retain the QHD+ AMOLED’s on its flagships with no plans on upgrading to 4K panels, already.

The phone also shows three different colors with the revival of the white pearl color option from the Galaxy S5. One can notice faint hues of red and blue on the pearl white color. Even more, the company will offer a green and black finish on the phone. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will get a yellow color option, that will represent the youth.

Anyways, the triple camera system on the rear will accompany an LED flash and heart-rate monitor that Samsung’s been using on its flagships since the Galaxy S5. The traditional fingerprint sensor will not get featured on the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+. Besides, we expect an ultrasonic fingerprint reader on the phone that will hide under the AMOLED display. Samsung will remove the Iris scanner on the Galaxy S10 Trio to minimize the bezels. Also, the technology feels pale in front of the other implementations that we’ve got in modern markets.

Anyways, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Trio will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 or an Exynos 9820 chipset, depending on the market. What do you think about the upcoming Samsung Flagships? Do let us know in the comments section below.