Samsung Galaxy S10+ may have been spotted in the wild (picture)

The Samsung Galaxy S10 series is being announced in around 4 weeks, on the 20th February, and should hit the market by the 9th March, and while the device has leaked and leaked, as we get ever closer to its launch we expect to see even more of the flagship handset.

The latest leak today is what appears to be real-life pictures of the device being used in some form of public transport in Korea.

The picture shows the devices’ massive screen size and dual punch-hole Infinity-O cameras very clearly, but also shows rather thick bezels around the corners of the device, in what we can only hope is a case. (Update: Other leakers appear to have confirmed the picture, and also that the device is in a flip case.)

The image was originally posted in private forum Naver.com and has been published by Slashleaks by a leaker, Leakspinner, with a reasonably good track record of accuracy.

The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is said to have a 6.44-inch screen, 4000 mAh battery, is only 7.8mm thick and have triple rear cameras, ultrawide, normal and telephoto and dual 8 MP + 5 MP Front Cameras.

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