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Samsung Galaxy S10+ renders revised: now with four rear cameras, thinner bezels


The Galaxy S10+ renders had a mistake, which has now been corrected. No, not the dual selfie camera in a hole, it’s the rear camera that was the issue.


Revised Samsung Galaxy S10+ renders (unofficial)
Revised Samsung Galaxy S10+ renders (unofficial)
Revised Samsung Galaxy S10+ renders (unofficial)

Revised Samsung Galaxy S10+ renders (unofficial)

The S10+ will have four cams instead of three like originally shown. There’s still no solid info on the functions of those cameras, but we’d be surprised if it deviates from the Galaxy A9 (2018) formula: wide, ultra-wide, tele and depth sensor (potentially a Time-of-Flight module instead of a simple B&W camera).

Here are some more of the new renders:


Four cameras on the back (not three)
3.5mm jack
Dual selfie camera
Dual selfie camera

Four cameras on the back (not three) • 3.5mm jack • Dual selfie camera

The other big change in the revised renders is that the bezels have slimmed down noticeably. The expected measurements of the phone are 157.5 x 75.0 x 7.8mm. That’s very close to the dimensions of the Galaxy S9+ (158.1 x 73.8 x 8.5mm), despite the screen growing to 6.4” (up from 6.2”).

There’s no fingerprint reader on the back, it’s being replaced with an ultrasonic in-display reader. The four camera hump at the back brings the maximum thickness at 9mm. That’s pretty impressive, considering that in-display FP readers add a fraction of a millimeter to the thickness.

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