We’re a few weeks out from the official Galaxy S10 event, which means that it’s time to pay attention to the leaky swimming pool that is Samsung to take centre stage. Over the weekend noted leaker Evan Blass published a new image showing off all three of Samsung’s expected Galaxy S10 variants. Say hi to the Galaxy S10E, the vanilla S10, and the oversized S10+.
As per previous reports, Samsung’s been expected to release a third phone this year with the budget device — the S10E, in this case — sporting a flat display rather than Samsung’s curved efforts for its serious flagships. That’s a little hard to see in the image leak thanks to the cases on the trio.
What isn’t hard to see are the camera arrangements. The S10E looks to have a dual camera while the S10 and S10+ both have triple cams in place. The S10+ also seems to have dual front cameras, while all three have gone for a hole in the display corner rather than the all-too-popular notch.
There also doesn’t seem to be a fingerprint reader on the backs of these devices, which suggests that Samsung’s going all-in with face unlocking or they’re finally going to have an in-display fingerprint sensor this year. We’re going with the in-display sensor here, Samsung hasn’t been trying to keep that a secret.
Other rumoured specs? New Exynos brains, an improved display (like it needs it), and probably some incremental upgrades to the camera sensors in addition to the extra sensor. We’ll see everything come 20 February, so stay tuned. We’re expecting a more comprehensive leak in the weeks to come.