[UPDATE] OnLeaks and 91Mobiles has published a new set of renders for the Galaxy S10 Plus that feature four cameras on the back instead of just three. The leakers admitted that the renders that they shared earlier were wrong, but didn't provide information why those were shared in the first place.

"We have just received updated Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus renders from OnLeaks, which reveal four rear cameras instead of three, as was originally shown. The shape of the flash and sensors are slightly different as well. Apart from this, the bezels around the display also appear to be slimmer on the new renders," 91Mobiles said.

[ORIGINAL STORY] It was reported yesterday that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus would arrive with dual front-facing cameras and a pill-shaped hole in its display. Now, renders of the upcoming handset have surfaced online, giving everyone an early look at Samsung’s first top-tier flagship for 2019.

The renders for the Galaxy S10 Plus were shared online by OnLeaks on Twitter and 91Mobiles. The renders appear to have been created based on leaked information. The renders show the device from all angles and they appear to confirm the final look and design of the handset prior its official launch early next year.

Up front, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is said to feature a 6.4-inch dual-curved edge AMOLED display with a quad HD screen resolution. What’s most noticeable about the phone’s display is that it features a pill-shaped hole near the upper right corner of the display. The display hole houses the device’s dual front-facing cameras. The design of the display hole may not exactly look like that of the Infinity O display that Samsung teased last month, but it’s expected that the company will still use the branding to market the device.

With the addition of the hole in the display, it looks like Samsung has managed to give the Galaxy S10 Plus a nearly bezel-less look without including a notch. That being said, the device still has very slim top and bottom bezels, and the pill-shaped hole in the display will still eat up some screen real estate albeit very little.

On the back, the Galaxy S10 Plus comes with triple cameras that are aligned horizontally alongside the LED flash. The camera alignment is a bit reminiscent of the dual cameras on the Galaxy Note 9, but Samsung made the camera module longer to accommodate three lenses instead of just two. Unfortunately, there’s no information yet on what type of sensors or lenses these cameras will have.

Another thing worth pointing out is that the Galaxy S10 Plus doesn’t have a visible fingerprint scanner on the back like the Galaxy Note 9. This is because the Galaxy S10 Plus will feature an in-display fingerprint scanner. It’s currently being rumored that Samsung will be using an ultrasonic scanner instead of optical. It’s also believed that Samsung will completely ditch its iris scanning feature and replace it with a new version of its face unlock technology.

As for other features, the renders show that the Galaxy S10 Plus will have a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It was reported in October that Samsung is planning to ditch the headphone jack starting in fall 2019, possibly with the release of the Galaxy Note 10. The Galaxy S10 lineup might be the last flagships from Samsung to feature the headphone jack.

As for other aspects of the phone’s design, the Galaxy S10 Plus appears to have the power and volume buttons on the right, while the left side will have the dedicated Bixby button. The renders also show the device as having a gradient-style color scheme, which is something that’s been popularized by Huawei, as per Android Authority.

Samsung The Galaxy S10 Plus will have hole on its display for dual front-facing cameras. Photo: TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images