The first leak comes courtesy of the German blog AllAboutSamsung, which has posted the best images yet of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+. From the front we can see minimal bezels all around along with a punch hole cutout for the front-facing cameras on the Galaxy S10; the Galaxy S10+ uses a double punch hole cutout since it has two selfie cameras.
Moving around to the back of the phones, you can see a horizontal pod that houses three cameras and an LED lash. For those keeping score, the Galaxy S9 has a single rear camera, while the Galaxy S9+ features dual rear cameras. There is no rear-mounted fingerprint reader in sight, leading credence to the report that the Galaxy S10 family will use an in-display fingerprint reader.
There is also an image that shows the bottom of both smartphones, which confirms that Samsung has not bowed to industry pressure to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack. It's still included right alongside the requisite USB-C port, a microphone and a speaker.
In a separate leak from Ben Geskin via Twitter, we have another real world shot of the standard Galaxy S10 and its Infinity-O display. In this case, however, we can see the inclusion at Samsung's new Blockchain KeyStore app. This is a new cryptocurrency wallet app that is said to be a "Secure and convenient place for your cryptocurrency." At the moment, it appears that the app support Ethereum and is locked down with biometric security.
The Galaxy S10 family is set to be unveiled at an "Unpacked" event in New York City on February 20th. It's widely expected that all members of the family will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, and that there will be a range-topping SKU complete with 5G connectivity and potentially four cameras on the back. Unfortunately, we have not seen images this flagship... yet.