The renders for the Galaxy S10 Plus were shared online by OnLeaks on Twitter and 91Mobiles. The one you'll care about the most is straight ahead because the hole in that display is pretty weird. The display hole houses the device's dual front-facing cameras. There's still no indication that the colors in question will be launching in other markets but after Huawei, LG, and several other smartphone makers saw success with gradient smartphone finishes, Samsung may be willing to start experimenting with the thereof on a global scale as well. To begin with, the Korean giant has claimed that it would be rolling out to their Samsung Galaxy S9 and Note 9 devices. Unfortunately, there's no information yet on what type of sensors or lenses these cameras will have.
Instead it has been rumoured the Galaxy S10 will come with a flat OLED display. It is no surprise that Samsung are also moving to an in-display finger-print sensor (rumoured to be ultrasonic rather than the optical sensors in phones at the moment) after some manufacturers, including their main rival Huawei, have managed to implement it, and implement it well, this year. It's also believed that Samsung will completely ditch its iris scanning feature and replace it with a new version of its face unlock technology.
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However, it should be pointed out that Samsung has already released its own Exynos 5100 baseband, so, if nothing goes wrong, this will be equipped with the Exynos 9820 chip and become the alternative for the Samsung S10 5G variant where the company can't bring Qualcomm powered phones.
LetsGoDigital recently outed patent applications that suggested Samsung is working on a number of different design ideas for the Galaxy S10. The selfie camera now sits in a cutout in the top-left corner of the display but it still remains to be seen how it'd affect the overall user experience.