In one of the biggest Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks yet, pictures have emerged of all three models standing side-by-side. Meet the Galaxy S10E, S10 and S10+!
The image above was shared by professional phone gossiper Evan Blass on his official Twitter account. From left to right, it purports to show the Samsung Galaxy S10E, S10, and S10+ in external cases.
As you can see, all three models appear to be rocking an Infinity-O display, which means a truly bezel-free screen with no notch to spoil the illusion. Instead, a markedly less obtrusive ‘hole punch’ is used for the camera lens and associated sensors. (If you squint, you can spot them in the upper right corner of each phone.)
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According to previous reports, the standard model will come with a 6.1-inch display. The S10+ will be slightly larger, at 6.4-inches while the S10E will measure 5.8 inches.
For photography, the S10 and S10+ will reportedly come with a three-camera array on the back, which will include a wide angle and telephoto lens.
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You’ll be able to get the S10+ in 128GB, 512GB or 1TB options. (Accounting for GST, the latter will reportedly cost over $2500!) The regular S10 will only be available in 128GB and 512GB capacities. The E model will stick to 128GB.
At least one of these phones is heavily tipped to 5G capable, although this feature won’t be up and running in Australia at launch.
There are also unconfirmed rumours of a fourth iteration of the phone (unpictured), dubbed ‘Beyond X’. This version will reportedly come with six cameras and a pocket-busting 6.7-inch display.
All will be revealed on February 20 which happens to be the 10th anniversary of the Samsung Galaxy brand. With that in mind, it’s expected that the company will pull out all the stops to deliver something special.