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Photos Of Samsung Galaxy S10 & S10+ Have Been Leaked…Again

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With less than a month to go before Samsung shows off their new flagship smartphones, more photos have found their way to the internet, this time on German tech website AllAboutSamsung.

The aforementioned site has what looks to be the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+ shown from the front, back and sides.

While the photos don’t present any new information on the upcoming releases, they offer a clearer view of the handheld devices and show the dual-lens, hole-punch camera on the S10+, as well as a refreshed UI.

The “Infinity-O” display is also shown, while the thin bezels and slight chin at the bottom can also be seen. The bottom edges of the devices look quite familiar, set up with usb charging ports and headphone jacks.

According to prior reports, Samsung will be announcing three new Galaxy S10 devices at their Unpacked event which is scheduled for February 20 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy series and the company has big plans for the event. It has also been reported that they will show off a “fully functional” foldable phone, and a higher end S10 with 5G capability should also drop in the spring.

Samsung offered a brief glimpse of the foldable device back in December but rivals Xiaomi have since teased what appears to be a more functional foldable device, so it’s only right that they give a better preview at the upcoming show.

The company had a bad 2018, a year in which they failed to meet their sales goals. And, as a direct result of their many competitors, they recently issued a low fourth-quarter earnings forecast.

Their soon-to-be-revealed models do look good. But, given the availability of impressive, cheaper handsets on the market at the moment, Samsung could find it difficult to sell their phones this year as well.

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