The Galaxy S10 leaks and rumors keep rolling in, and we imagine they will continue to do so until Samsung finally introduces its next flagship handset, likely on around Mobile World Congress in February. So, we're still several weeks away from knowing what exactly the Galaxy S10 will bring to the table. In the meantime, a fresh batch of leaked images has emerged.
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We obviously can't say if the images are real or fake renders, though the designs are certainly plausible. The pictures highlight the rumored rear triple camera arrangement the Galaxy S10 is expected to wield. What's interesting, though, is that the images don't look exactly the same—this is notably observed in the camera section.
As Slash Gear notes, the images come from different sources—some were sent to the site directly, while others made an appearance on Weibo, a popular microblogging site in China
Image Source: Slash Gear via Weibo/嗨-Mr强
It's hard to tell for sure, but the devices in the different pics look like they are not the same size. That could just be the angle, though. What's easier to spot is the difference in the camera housings. In one of the shots, the housing is the same color as the phone, and in another photo it appears black.
There are several possibilities that could explain the differences. One is that one of the devices might be a final product, while the other is an earlier revision. It's also possible that there are differences in design between the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+, and that's what we might be seeing. There have even been rumors of Samsung launching three Galaxy S10 variants. And of course one or both images could simply be fake.
The Galaxy S10 is rumored to have an in-display fingerprint reader. We also expect it to debut with a Qualcomm Snadragon 855 processor (US version), and potentially a punch-hole design for the front camera.
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