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Thoughts on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus' design? (Poll of the Week)

Love it? Hate it? Tell us your thoughts on the Galaxy S10 Plus' design!

Published onDecember 3, 2018

Last week’s poll summary: Last week, we asked you if you picked anything up for Black Friday or Cyber Monday 2018. Out of over 1,100 total votes, 53 percent of our readers didn’t buy anything at all. The comments on some of our articles suggested most readers were underwhelmed by this year’s deals. Here’s hoping better discounts will arrive before Christmas!

One of the most anticipated phones of 2019 just leaked, and it looks pretty awesome.

91Mobiles and OnLeaks just got their hands on CAD renders of the Galaxy S10 Plus (or whatever it’ll be called). CAD renders aren’t always the most accurate leaks ever, but they do give us a pretty good idea as to what we can expect when the devices are announced early next year.

Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10e, and S10 5G are here!
Samsung Galaxy S10e hands on

Around back, the Galaxy S10 Plus looks to sport a Note 9-like camera module, though the S10 Plus will supposedly have three cameras on the rear. That’s not surprising, as we’ve already seen a triple-camera phone from Samsung this year. The biggest change is on the front, though. At the top of the display, you’ll see a small cutout for the dual-camera setup on the right side. Again, not all that surprising considering we saw the Infinity-O display concept shown off at the company’s developer conference a few weeks ago.

Those aren’t the only things worth discussing here. You may have noticed the lack of a traditional fingerprint sensor, which suggests Samsung is going to include an in-display fingerprint sensor on next year’s phones. Also, it has a headphone jack!

What are your thoughts on the Galaxy S10 Plus’ design? I quite like — it looks like a logical design improvement over this year’s Galaxy S9. Cast your vote below, and speak up in the comments if there’s anything you’d like to add.

Next: Hands-on with One UI and Android Pie on the Galaxy S9

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