Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus – More reports, more leaks and more expectations

Every time a flagship is about to be released, the speculations, leaks and rumor mill starts. Similar is the case with Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. There have been a lot of rumors like bezel-less display, on-screen fingerprint scanner, quad cameras but there is no verifiable leak yet. In the latest reports received from multiple sources, there is some interesting information that has come forward.

We already know that one of the variants of Samsung Galaxy S10 will have 5G connectivity. According to the new details, the device will be having a 4000mAh battery and 93.4% screen to body ratio. This means the front of the device will be almost covered with screen. Till now we have seen manufacturers going with notches and sliders to get the higher screen to body ratio. But this time it’s also possible that Samsung would go with Infinity-O display type. Which means there could be a camera lens on the screen taking up very little round space.

For the ones who missed it: The Galaxy S10+ (SM-G9750) will be equipped with a 4000mAh battery! We’ve also received some information about the POSSIBLE screen to body ratio: 93.4%. For more infos check out our article @AllAboutSamsung from Android

Another source states that Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus might have 5G-Version and UFS 3.0 type storage system. This would make the device not only blazing fast but the future proof for at least 5 years if you happen to be using it for that long. As per the leaks, Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus could be the phone that becomes a milestone in the smartphone industry. There is no doubt that Samsung is capable enough to deliver this kind of device. We have to wait and see what they deliver with the next Galaxy flagship in March 2019.

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