If you were worried that Samsung would be ditching the 3.5mm headphone jack, it seems that if and when they do, it will not take place with the Galaxy S10. Thanks to new photos obtained by AllAboutSamsung, we are getting a better idea of what Samsung’s upcoming flagship looks like, and one of the features is that they will be retaining the headphone jack.
The leak doesn’t really tell us anything new that we did not already know. This is because there have been multiple leaks of the phone in the past month or so, so there is little surprise left. The leaked images show both the Galaxy S10 and S10+ and they are in line with earlier leaks, where the hole-in camera is present with the Galaxy S10+ featuring a larger cutout to possibly accommodate two cameras.
The back of the phones also confirms that the new phones will be packing a triple camera setup so that’s something to look forward to. The images don’t seem to show any visible fingerprint sensors, which corroborates claims that the phone could finally be adopting the use of an in-display sensor.
What the images do not show is the alleged budget model, the Galaxy S10 E which will not feature a curved display and will only feature dual cameras. Samsung will be officially unveiling the handset on the 20th of February ahead of MWC 2019, so check back with us then for more the official details.
- 551 PPI
- f/1.5 Aperture
- Wireless Charging
- Snapdragon 855