Samsung really hasn’t been very good at keeping its upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S10, under wraps. The phone leaked time and time again — we’ve seen photos from all sides and all of the specs — but the latest leak takes the biscuit: It’s an official TV advertisement for the Galaxy S10.
The ad was apparently aired by mistake on Norway’s TV 2, and was first reported by The Verge.
It feels odd to type this about an unreleased phone, but the ad doesn’t really tell us anything we didn’t already know. It does, however, gives us the best idea yet of what the phone will look like.
First, the ad treats us to a close-up look at the Galaxy S10+’s notch-less, dual-selfie-camera screen. The ultrasonic fingerprint scanner makes an appearance, too, as does the triple rear camera.
The ad also features Samsung’s new, wireless Galaxy Buds, which can be charged by placing the case on the back of the S10.
Amazingly, even though we now know pretty much everything there is to know about Samsung’s new flagship phones, the upcoming Feb 20 event will still be quite interesting, as we still don’t know the exact U.S. pricing for the phones. Furthermore, Samsung has yet to give us a decent look at its foldable smartphone (it may or may not happen at the event), and there’s also the rumored 5G version of the S10, which is likely coming later this year.