Samsung Galaxy S10+ spotted in the wild
A consumer on Reddit has posted a picture of what seems to be a Samsung Galaxy S10+ getting used in public, presumably by a Samsung worker.
The telephone is in a case so it is laborious to inform what it seems to be like, however you may simply see a definite pill-shaped digicam cut-out in the high proper of the display.
Another consumer in the thread, who claims to be a Samsung worker engaged on Bixby, confirmed that the telephone proven is the S10+. His feedback at the moment are deleted however here is what he mentioned:
This is the 10+. Look like a employee on bus to/from Suwon campus. He has the safety case on (flip cowl, folded nook on left), however he eliminated the safety software program that places watermark/worker+deviceId on display. Lot of hassle for that.
The identical consumer additionally mentioned that the telephone appears lighter than the Note9 whereas being round the identical measurement, and that they do not discover the digicam gap in any respect when utilizing the system. He additionally mentioned that facial recognition is usually sooner than the in-screen fingerprint scanner, particularly as the latter can apparently be laborious to search out, as the interface doesn’t all the time information you to the proper spot. Finally, in addition they mentioned that the S10+ doesn’t have an iris scanner, which might affirm earlier rumors.
The Galaxy S10+ is scheduled to be unveiled on 20th February at an Unpacked occasion in San Francisco.