Throughout this week we got tons of press renders, real-life images and information related to the upcoming Galaxy S10 series and left no doubt in mind about this flagship. More and more leaks are buzzing around from everywhere.
And to add a little bit more to this collection, here are some new real-life images of the Galaxy S10 and S10+ that's showing something else from those previously seen renders.
These real-life images are coming from a twitter user but later-on deleted due to unspecified reason, but we've got the pictures that shows the Galaxy S10 and S10+ devices in a user's hand both phone geared with Triple rear camera setup on the back and was seen in Pearl White and Prism Black colors.
As noticed, at the bottom side on the lock screen of Galaxy S10+, there's a fingerprint icon, that confirms its in-display fingerprint sensor which we haven't seen in any previous leaks or renders. Moreover, the front dual camera of the Galaxy S10+ seen little bumped up, which may be due to a screen protector.
Also, Just now we've seen Samsung's next wireless headphones 'Galaxy Buds' that can be charged through Galaxy S10+ wirelessly.
We hope that you're not thinking that this is all that Samsung can offer and there's nothing more left to watch at the event but there are huge chances to see some big surprises, waiting for us at the Unpacked on February 20 in San Francisco.