Hours after official renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10+ leaked out, images of the standard Galaxy S10 have surfaced, too.
Renders that show the regular Samsung Galaxy S10 have been shared by WinFuture. The device looks pretty similar to the Galaxy S10+ that we got a peek at earlier today, but instead of a pill-shaped hole-punch with two front cameras, the Galaxy S10 has just a single camera in its hole-punch.
Around back, the Galaxy S10 is similar to the Galaxy S10+. It's packing a triple rear camera setup with LED flash and heart rate monitor. As a reminder, the Galaxy S10 and S10+ are both expected to have in-display fingerprint sensors, which is why you don't see a fingerprint reader on their backsides like you do on the Galaxy S9. The Galaxy S10 is rumored to have a 6.1-inch screen, while the Galaxy S10+ will reportedly have a 6.4-inch display.
This latest leak also includes more renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10+, which you can see below.
Samsung will announce the Galaxy S10 series on February 20. In addition to the standard S10 and the S10+, it's expected that Samsung will introduce a more affordable Galaxy S10 Lite model and a top-end 5G variant.