Samsung Galaxy S10 is the most awaited upcoming flagship lineup by Samsung, that will be unveiled officially after a month before the Mobile World Congress 2019 in the special Unpacked event by Samsung. And the Korean tech giant was successful in keeping the device under-the-hood, as we have seen not special legit leaks for the Galaxy S10 series. But, a few days ago, an anonymous device appeared in real life in Korea, the tech enthusiasts all over the world suggested that the dual punch-hole device could be the Galaxy S10. And today, the whole Samsung Galaxy S10 series images leaked online unveiling the design of the devices.
The new leaks were posted by renowned tipster Evan Blass on his Twitter account. The posted render shows the whole Galaxy S10 series packed in a transparent casing. According to Evan, the names of the new family members are Galaxy S10E, Galaxy S10, and the highest variant Galaxy S10+.
Talking about the Galaxy S10E, earlier the device was rumored to be called Galaxy S Lite. According to the image, the device features a punch-hole display which carries the front camera. Also, there is no fingerprint at the back, the Galaxy S10 series was rumoured to support the in-display fingerprint sensor, but in Galaxy S10E the fingerprints embedded in the power button.
Galaxy S10 is the second member in the flagship family, which comes with a triple rear camera setup, whereas, the Galaxy S10E comes with a dual rear camera setup only. Also, the device comes with a puch-hole display carrying a seflie camera, and this new design increases the screen-to-body ratio of the device, we are expecting it to be more than 93%. And in Galaxy S10 there is no finger-print sesnor at the back, and it definitely feature a in-dsiplay fingerprint sensor.
At last comes the big brother of the family, the Samsung Galaxy S10+. The highest varinat of the setties, whihc comes with triple rear camera setup, and not only this the dual punch-hole display carries the dual-rear selfire camera. The Galaxy S10+ will feature a bugger display as compared to the other variants.
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