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Samsung Galaxy S10 revealed on leaked pictures

Samsung Galaxy S10 revealed on leaked pictures

Evan Blass, who under the name EVLeaks regularly manages to leak photos of as yet unpublished smartphones, has posted three variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10 on Twitter. It concerns the Galaxy S10, S10E and S10+. The phones will be officially unveiled by Samsung on 20 February.

The leaked images show a smartphone that is quite similar to the previous generation. There were really no major design changes to be expected from Samsung in this area either. However, the screen seems to cover a larger part of the front. Samsung has placed the selfie camera in a hole in the screen and not in a notch or simply in some space that it left at the top, as was the case with the Galaxy S8 and S9.

Some conclusions

Smartphones differ from each other in a number of ways. The Galaxy S10E has a double camera on the back. The S10 and S10+ both have three. In addition, the Galaxy S10+ has a double camera on the front, which can be seen through the elongated hole in the screen.

Samsung does not seem to have installed a fingerprint scanner on the back of the devices. It will probably be below the screen. That would be an ultrasonic scanner, which should be safer and faster than the optical scanners placed under the screen by competitors.

According to rumours, the smartphones are the same size as their predecessors, but the screens have grown considerably. This is due to the extremely narrow screen edges that Samsung has left behind. The Galaxy S10 would have a 6.1-inch screen, the S10+ a 6.4-inch screen and the S10E a 5.8-inch screen.

On 20 February, Samsung will officially show its smartphones to the world. Still, the S10-series will not be the showstopper, that is apparently the foldable smartphone that Samsung wants to reveal.

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