On 20 February, Samsung will hold the next Unpacked event and, together with a demonstration of its look at the fleece phones, the Korean company will officially unveil the Galaxy S10 flagship series. In recent months, the number of leaks and rumors has increased, as if this year we would expect three Galaxy S smartphones at once. Finally, a new image has appeared that offers the most qualitative view of each of the upcoming S10 models.
About the presented visualization of three devices that shared famous informant Evan Blass, shown from left to right, are the front and back of the Galaxy S10E, S10 and S10 + respectively. The phones are enclosed in transparent covers (apparently the image comes from one or other manufacturer of accessories), but the location of the front and rear cameras of each model is clearly visible.
On the left, the S10E is – as expected – the cheapest, compact and simple model of the three: it has a double rear camera and a circular recess in the upper right corner of the front camera display. It is not yet known what the official name of this model will be, but previously it appeared in rumors under the name Galaxy S10 Lite and then as S10 Edge.
The basic model S10 is in the middle and the most advanced and perfect S10 + is on the right. Both are equipped with triple rear cameras & # 39; s and the latter has also received a dual front sensor (judging by the elongated screen cutout). According to rumors, the S10 will have a 5.8-inch and the S10 + will offer a 6.4-inch OLED display.
In previous leaks these two devices appeared as solutions with a screen that was folded to the edge (similar to S9 and S8) and a fingerprint sensor that was hidden beneath the display. At the same time, the S10E reportedly gets the screen easier and the fingerprint scanner is placed on the on / off button on the side – this is to reduce the cost of the device.
It is worth remembering that it is only possible after the official launch of the Galaxy S10 family to say with certainty what the devices look like in reality. This year is also expected to release a special version of the Galaxy S10 + with support for Verizon 5G networks and excellent features such as 12 GB of RAM. But the most interesting dark horse remains a flexible device that paves the way for new devices on the market.
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