The render also shows a dual-camera setup on the back, with the other models expected to offer triple camera combinations instead. A second render (seen above) also shows a distinctive power button said to feature a fingerprint scanner. The other Galaxy S10 models are tipped to offer in-display solutions instead.
It wouldn’t be the first time we see a fingerprint scanner embedded in the power button, as Sony, Motorola, Nextbit, and others have offered the feature before. But the placement certainly has more than a few fans, according to a poll we ran last year.
In any event, we’ll have to wait two more weeks until Samsung reveals all. But which Galaxy S10 model would you buy, if any? Let us know in the comments!