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Revealing Samsung Galaxy S10+ case video clip offers fresh details about the upcoming flagship

The two cases line up with a Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Samsung Galaxy S9+, and an Oppo Find X. (Source: YouTube/Ice universe)
The two cases line up with a Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Samsung Galaxy S9+, and an Oppo Find X. (Source: YouTube/Ice universe)
Renowned tipster Ice universe has released a video online that purportedly shows two protective cases for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10+ smartphone. The cases are tested for size on a Galaxy S9+, an Oppo Find X, and a Galaxy Note 9. During the testing, a few details about the plus-sized flagship seem to be indirectly confirmed.

Ice universe has shared a video clip showing two smartphone cases being fitted onto three separate devices. The two cases are supposedly for the Samsung Galaxy S10+, and they are tested on a Galaxy S9+, an Oppo Find X, and a Galaxy Note 9. The black case seems to fit the S9+ almost to a tee, while the transparent case does a pretty good job of housing the Oppo Find X. However, the Note 9 is too long to fit into the black cover.

It has already been mentioned that the S10+ will likely have a 6.44-inch screen. What the case-test video clip seems to have confirmed is that the bezels on the flagship smartphone will be miniscule. The Note 9 came with a similar-sized 6.4-inch display diagonal but doesn’t fit the case because of its very visible top and bottom bezels. The cut of the protective cases also seems to confirm the S10+ will have a rear-facing horizontally aligned triple-camera setup.

Apart from that, a couple of other details have been pointed out that will interest expectant buyers. Firstly, if the cases really have been specifically designed for the Samsung Galaxy S10+ then the flagship is likely to have a 3.5 mm port. It’s believed the tell-tale hole at the bottom of the cover will allow headphone jacks to be connected. Secondly, the clip clearly shows a hole cut-out on the case's top edge, which has led to speculation it could be for an IR blaster, microphone, earpiece speaker, or headphones.

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YouTube (Ice universe channel)

Twitter (account for Ice universe)

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Daniel R Deakin, 2019-01- 2 (Update: 2019-01- 2)