All the Samsung Galaxy S10 models have been leaked…again
Seriously, Samsung, release the damn phone already.
With less than a month until February 20th and the Samsung Unpacked presser that should be unveiling the Galaxy S10 line, there is already an unveiling of another sort. All three 4G Galaxy S10 handsets have been leaked again, thanks to some renders posted on Twitter by @evleaks.
With the clear, protective cases in the renders, it’s likely that this leak came from an accessory maker. With the official reveal not far away, it’s a fair bet that the dimensions and features shown here are final and accurate. All three handsets are shown, the 5.8-inch S10E, 6.1-inch S10, and the 6.4-inch S10+.
There’s a lot in these renders to back up early Samsung leaks and rumors. No fingerprint sensor on either the back or the side of the larger devices makes the nifty in-screen fingerprint reader all but certain. It’s hard to tell from the images if the S10E will have the fingerprint sensor on the side, there’s a larger cutout over the power button area so perhaps that’s the location on the cheaper handset.
Check out the tweet
Samsung Galaxy S10E, S10, and S10+ (L to R), encased pic.twitter.com/Pk2gpXkXxn
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 19, 2019
Same with the Infinity-O screens, with the single cutouts on the smaller devices and the dual selfie-cams on the Plus variant. The number of camera modules on the back, placed horizontally is also confirming earlier leaks. The flat screen on the smaller S10E is confirmed, as is the curved screens of the larger two devices.
Oh, and there looks to be a cutout for a 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom of all three handsets.
What about the foldable?
The oft-reported foldable handset hasn’t had any new leaks, neither has the reported 5G 10-year anniversary version of the S10.
Samsung teasing video suggests that the Galaxy S10 will have new features, including a larger battery or faster charging speed. pic.twitter.com/9fZFZAtncD
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) January 19, 2019
In predictable company-appropriates-social-media-hashtag style, Samsung did its own version of the #10YearsChallenge. Is that battery icon being charged, followed by “Because you deserve more” a hint at larger battery capacities, faster charging or something new? I guess we’ll find out in a month. (Oh, and in case you’re confused by the 21st February date – that’s because it’s in Korea’s timezone)
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