The Galaxy S10 Plus render by 91Mobiles. 91Mobiles

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S10 Plus smartphone may have been spotted in real life. A Redditor uploaded a photo of a person apparently using the device on a bus late yesterday (via DroidShout).

It’s a grainy photo but it gives us some clues as to what to expect at the phone’s launch next month, should it be the real deal.

The Galaxy S10 Plus appears to have a dual selfie camera at the top right embedded in the display, as had been speculated, while you can just about make out the buttons of Samsung’s One UI interface at the bottom of the screen too.

It looks like a near-bezel-less screen.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus in a person's hand on a bus. Reddit

The handset looks like it’s protected in a square case, so we aren’t able to see every design element around the device’s edge. People working at smartphone companies are sometimes given test units to take home, bundled within a security case and other protective measures to conceal its identity and stave off leaks. The device itself probably has slightly rounder edges than it seems from the outside — like in the render at the top of the page.

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What we do know is that the Galaxy S10 Plus will launch at a Samsung event on February 20. It’s expected to come with a QHD+ display, Snapdragon 855 chipset (or Exynos 9820), as much as 8GB RAM, a triple rear camera, and an in-display fingerprint sensor.

For more on what to expect from the upcoming smartphone, head to our Galaxy S10 rumors article at the link. Let me know in the comments what you think of the most recent photo – and if the Galaxy S10 is approaching Google Pixel 3 levels of leaks?