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Samsung Galaxy S10+ Leaks In Highest-Resolution Renders Yet

Now, renders of the upcoming handset have surfaced online, giving everyone an early look at Samsung's first top-tier flagship for 2019.

4 Last week, an image of the Samsung Glaxy's S10 screen protector was leaked on Twitter.The image features the screen protector that has barely visible bezels and there is no sign of the much-maligned notch. Huawei, Samsung and others are going to push 5G. Samsung's popular Galaxy S line won't be left behind in this. This implementation of the front-facing camera allows for an all-front display, minus the little hole in the corner, of course. The sole selfie camera here is expected to be coupled with a triple rear-camera setup as more sensors are now becoming the norm. The camera alignment is a bit reminiscent of the dual cameras on the Galaxy Note 9, but Samsung made the camera module longer to accommodate three lenses instead of just two. It is no surprise that Samsung are also moving to an in-display finger-print sensor (rumoured to be ultrasonic rather than the optical sensors in phones at the moment) after some manufacturers, including their main rival Huawei, have managed to implement it, and implement it well, this year. It was reported in October that Samsung is planning to ditch the headphone jack starting in fall 2019, possibly with the release of the Galaxy Note 10.

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MySmartPrice emphasised the added camera could force the Galaxy S10+ to arrive with a "pill-shaped display hole", rather than the single and smaller circular cutout expected on some other Galaxy S10 hardware. "Now, we're partnering to create a smartphone to put the power of 5G in the palm of your hand".

Do note that, to get into the One UI programme, users need to be on the latest Android 8.1.0 on your Galaxy Note 9 device and follow the process accordingly via Samsung Members app.

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