These Are the New Galaxy S10 Phones

Posted on January 21, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Android, Hardware with 7 Comments

Samsung is expected to launch its next-generation of Galaxy S line on the 20th of February. The company is expected to launch three different variations of the new Galaxy S10, along with a foldable phone.

Late last week, the company’s new Galaxy S10 headsets leaked in all its glory. The three devices you see above (from left to right) are the new Galaxy S10E, the Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10+.

Evan Blass leaked three of the new devices, encased in a transparent cover. And from the looks of things, there will likely be a lot of big differences between the devices, especially about the cameras. The regular S10E will come with a dual-camera setup, while the bigger S10 and the S10+ will come with a three-camera setup. On the front, both the S10E and the S10 will come with a single camera within the Infinity-O notch, while the bigger S10+ will have two cameras on the front, enclosed in a bigger Infinity-O (Infinity-ooo?) notch.

Both the S10 and the S10+ are also expected to have curved OLED displays, and the regular S10E will probably lack the OLED display panel. The S10E will be the entry-level handset for the Galaxy S10 line, so it will be kind of like Apple’s iPhone XR.

As for the larger Galaxy S10+, the high-end 1TB variant with 12GB of RAM will have a ceramic back cover made up of a new metallic material that makes it scratch resistant, are also resistant to breaking when dropped, according to another rumour:

A lot of the details about the new S10 line remain unknown for the time being, but we are still around a month away from the launch of the Galaxy S10, so things are certainly going to leak before all that happens. Keep your eyes wide open.

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