Earlier this week, we have covered many articles regarding Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+’s leaks, and rumors. But this time we have got some actual pictures of the upcoming Samsung S10+.
The photo was taken by a commuter allegedly traveling in a bus to or from Samsung’s headquarters in Suwon, Korea, and posted by Redditor Hissick27.
The post confirmed this is the Galaxy S10+ with a flip cover, but the user removed the watermark on the screen with the employee ID and the device SN. The picture was likely taken on the bus from/to the Suwon campus where Samsung Electronics’s key facilities are. The device is still in its pre-production case that is used to hide the design until the very last moment.
Redditor ActuallyWorkOnBixby — who claims to be a Samsung employee who works at the Suwon campus — has some insightful comments about both the photo and the phone itself:
“He has the security case on (flip cover, folded corner on left),” the redditor said in the r/Samsung thread, “but he removed the security software that puts [a] watermark/employee+deviceId on screen. Lot[s] of trouble for that.”
The alleged Samsung employee claims to have another Galaxy S10+ and offered lots of comments about the phone, from the order of the icons in the status bar to how the hole feels.
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