The Samsung Galaxy S10 series including the Samsung Galaxy S10+ and Samsung Galaxy S10e will be launched on February 20 and these new renders give us a great idea on the final design of the smartphones.
Samsung Galaxy S10 series will be unveiled during the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 20 and as we move closer to the official launch date of the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup, leaks related to the upcoming series from Samsung have also caught up some pace. In a recent leak, Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy S10e images have been leaked which reportedly reveal the final design of the two smartphones.
In a recent tweet, Evan Blass shared the images of reportedly the final design of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy S10e which show that while the Galaxy S10 will come with a triple tear camera setup positioned horizontally at the center, the Galaxy S10e will come with a dual rear camera set up along with an LED flash. On the other hand, there will also be the Infinity-O display with punch hole design housing the front camera sensor.
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Also, the Samsung Galaxy S10 display seems to be curved from the edges for a better edge-to-edge and full display front design while the Samsung Galaxy S10e, which is going to be the most affordable offering in the lineup, can be seen with noticeable bezels on both the sides.
Samsung Galaxy S10e
Samsung Galaxy S10e (Credit: Evan Blass)
Meanwhile, a different report has hinted that the limited edition Samsung Galaxy S10+ with 1TB storage and 12GB RAM will be made available globally starting from March 15, 2019. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ is also expected to sport the same triple rear camera setup as that of the Galaxy S10, however. At the front, there will be dual cameras housed inside the Infinity-O display.