Christmas Day brings us more Galaxy S10 leaks, which should not come as much of a surprise considering how much new info we have learned on a daily basis lately. First up, we have images containing alleged Galaxy S10 + screen protectors made by an accessory company using information from Samsung's factories believed to be accurate. We saw the same screen protectors in previous leaks, but this time a well-known lover shows that they are a perfect representation of what can be expected from the Galaxy S10 + when presented in two months.
Prolific Samsung insider Ice Universe posted pictures of screen protectors for Galaxy S10 +. The pictures show that the phone has a large Infinity-O display with two camera holes located at the top right of the screen. Side edges are minimal, as the phone will have curved edges just like its predecessor. The upper and lower parts are also incredibly thin, much slimmer than the Galaxy S9. At the top, bezel has a small clip that will house the phone speaker.
If the pictures are known, it is because we have seen these protections in previous leaks. While accessory makers are not always right about their designs, the leak says that these products are accurate.
Ice has written other images, compared to the lower parts of Galaxy S1
iPhone X (and its XS and XS Max successors) share the same design. Apple's handset has symmetrical fittings around the screen that are broken up with a notch at the top, which houses the camera, Face ID components, and speaker. The Mate 20 Pro meanwhile has a design that is a combination of the iPhone X and the Galaxy S9 – meaning we have a notch at the top, but also curved side edges and a more prominent "hook edge" at the bottom. 19659004] The Galaxy S10 + has a lower edge that is about the size of the iPhone X, and even slimmer than the Mate 20 Pro. The side pads meanwhile become thinner than the iPhone X because the screen has curved edges.
If the screen protector design is based on actual information from Samsung, it means that the Galaxy S10 phones will have a higher body-to-body ratio than the iPhone XS Max and Mate 20 Pro – and any other smartphone with a notch design. Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S10 phones on February 20, and drop them into stores a few weeks later.