A new image with all three versions of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup have just been leaked by well-known leaker Evan Blass, known as @evleaks on Twitter. In the leaked picture above we can see the smaller Samsung Galaxy S10E, the standard Samsung Galaxy S10 and the larger Samsung Galaxy S10+.
What we know so far about the Galaxy S10 series
Rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S10 line have been circulating on the internet for quite a long time. We already knew that three variants of the S10 series are on their way. Based on all the information that we’ve gathered up until this point, we know that the standard Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ are expected to have a curved OLED screen, in-display fingerprint sensors and a hole-punch selfie camera. The third model, Galaxy S10E, will be the more affordable version of the series.
Additionally, there have been also rumors that the South Korean tech giant will release a 5G version of the smartphone this year. This would happen first in the US, through Verizon, and later in other countries as well.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup is expected to be unveiled next month
In his Twitter post, Blass also noted that the picture features the Samsung Galaxy S10 series in clear cases. On the left of the picture we can easily see the rumored Galaxy S10E, with two cameras on the back. Then we have the Galaxy S10 in the middle of the image and Galaxy S10+ on the right, which will both come with three cameras on the back. As far as Galaxy S10+ is concerned, it seems to also have a pair of front-facing cameras with a larger hole-punch. Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphones are expected to be unveiled on 20th of February, during its next Unpacked event, which will take place in San Francisco.
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