Netease TechCrunch reported on January 22 that the latest leaked images from Evan Blass, a well-known informant, show that Samsung may release three different versions of its new flagship product Galaxy S10 this year, namely, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 + and Galaxy S10E.
The newly exposed spy photos are similar to those previously leaked. As the photo shows, Samsungs new device no longer has a bang, but uses a perforated screen. In addition, Samsung may embed fingerprint sensors under the screen.
As in previous years, in addition to the main model Galaxy S10, Samsung will release a larger screen Galaxy S10+. In Blasss photos, you can see that it has two self-timer cameras, not one.
Galaxy S10E is a new product added to the Galaxy series. Samsung will launch a more affordable version of Galaxy S10 at the same time. For example, there are two cameras on the back of Galaxy S10E, not three. It would not be surprising if the Galaxy S10E screen was an LCD screen rather than an AMOLED screen.
Samsung plans to release Galaxy S10 at its San Francisco event on February 20. (small)
Source: Responsible Editor of Netease Science and Technology Report: Wang Fengzhi_NT2541