Samsung Galaxy S10E, S10 and S10 Plus: New Image Leaked.

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by Andy Bassett Jan 21, 2019 at 10:30 AM

  • Pocket-Lint is reporting that Evan Blas has tweeted an image of the phones, confirming other recent rumours and leaks.
    Rumours about the Galaxy S10 appeared even before the release of the S9 last year - something about the pivotal step into the denarian age range seems to have increased interest levels way beyond the norm.

    The renowned leaker, Evan Blas has released an image of the three expected S10 models nestling in transparent cases, which may explain the source of the leak as a case manufacturer (as is so often the - ahem - case). The image shows the smaller Samsung Galaxy S10E (formerly the Galaxy S10 Lite), the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+ (also known as the Galaxy S10 Plus).

    The render shows a dual rear camera set up for the smallest phone and triple rear cameras for the mid and large-sized models. In addition, the front camera ‘punch-holes’ can be seen and the Galaxy S10 Plus appears to have a wider aperture, possibly indicating dual front-facing cameras.

    There’s no obvious fingerprint sensor on the backs of any of the phones so that leaves on-display fingerprint recognition as the most obvious option.

    The Plus variant has been rumoured to have 12Gb RAM and 1TB storage and its rear is said to be scratch resistant ceramic for a premium finish befitting the top of the range.

    The official announcement/launch will take place on 20th February at parallel events in London and San Francisco with potentially more information and hands-on opportunities at the Mobile World Congress from 25-28th February.

    2019’s mobile merry-go-round kicks off with Samsung’s Galaxy S10 range. From what you’ve seen so far, would you be tempted to upgrade?

    Source: Pocket-Lint

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