The Samsung Galaxy S10 line-up is the most awaited smartphone launches of 2019. Leaks and rumours about the S10 models have been surfacing in the last couple of months. The Samsung Galaxy S10 line-up will include three smartphones – Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus. It has been confirmed that the Galaxy S10 will make its debut during the Samsung Unpacked event on February 20. A month ahead of its launch, popular tipster, Evan Blass has revealed an image showing the actual Galaxy S10 series smartphones. This image confirms how these smartphones will look like.
The actual leaked image of these smartphones looks pretty much like the leaks and rumours that have been teased for a while now. All the smartphones are placed next to each other. Starting from the left is the Galaxy S10E (aka Galaxy S10 Lite), in the middle we see the Galaxy S10 and on the right we see the Galaxy S10 Plus variant.
Samsung Galaxy S10E: Details
According to the image, the rear panel of the Galaxy S10E sports a dual camera set up along with LED flash. However, the smartphone has been stripped-down of the heart rate sensor. On the front, the phone features a curved AMOLED fully bezel-less display with a single-punch hole camera. As there is no visible fingerprint sensor on the rear panel, we can expect this smartphone to come with an under-display fingerprint scanner.
Samsung Galaxy S10 & Galaxy S10 Plus: Details
There is not a lot of difference seen between the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus. On the rear panel, both the smartphones house a triple rear camera set up along with flash. Next to the camera flash, these smartphones also are seen sporting a heart rate sensor. On the front, the devices will feature a curved OLED bezel-less display with an under-display fingerprint sensor.
However, the difference between these two smartphones lies in the front camera details. Galaxy S10 is seen sporting a single front camera sensor. And, on the other hand, the Galaxy S10 Plus is shown as a dual front camera mobile phone.
Apart from this, all three smartphones are seen with the volume and power buttons on the side. Likewise, the bottom will house the headphone jack, multi-purpose jack, speakers and a microphone. However, from the image, it is hard to decipher what sensors will be placed on the top.
Furthermore, Samsung is also planning to launch a 5G variant of the Galaxy S10. This variant will be seen with a large battery and powerful hardware. Samsung 5G smartphones will make their debut most probably in the second quarter of 2019.