If the rumors are right regarding the Samsung Galaxy S10, it seems that we can expect more than two variants of the handset. In fact the rumors are claiming that there could be as many as four variations of the phone. Whether or not that is true remains to be seen, but in the meantime some details about the Galaxy S10+ might have been revealed.

In a video posted onto YouTube by leakster Ice Universe, it seems that he has gotten his hands on an alleged case of the Galaxy S10+, and by using existing Samsung phones, the video does give us a rough idea of how big the upcoming phone could be. The first phone he tries to fit into the case is the Galaxy S9+ which has a 6.2-inch display.

From what we can tell apart from the camera cutouts on the back, the phone seems to be a pretty snug fit, hinting that maybe the Galaxy S10+ could continue maintaining the 6.2-inch display. He then tries to fit the Galaxy Note 9 with its 6.4-inch display into the case, in which it does not fit at all or comes even close.

However what’s interesting is that the OPPO Find X with its 6.4-inch display has no problems fitting into the case, so what gives? First of all, the Find X has a different display aspect ratio compared to the Note 9. Also the display to bezel ratio is different, which means that the Galaxy S10+ could maintain the same design and display size as the Galaxy S9+, or it could feature slimmer bezels and a different display to bezel ratio, giving it a larger display but maintaining the overall size of the phone.

Filed in Cellphones >Rumors. Read more about Galaxy S10 and Samsung.

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