It wouldn’t be a big Samsung announcement if months ahead of it we didn’t have a barrage of leaks coming our way. Such is the case with the Galaxy S10 that’s to be unveiled on February 20, and this time around we’re treated to a side-by-side look of the three differently-sized (and likely and evidently – differently-specced) versions of it.
Samsung Galaxy S10E, S10, and S10+ (L to R), encased pic.twitter.com/Pk2gpXkXxn
Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 19, 2019
Left to right, it’s the Galaxy S10 Lite (which may or may not be called S10E), Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+. The info that the Lite/E version will only have two cameras, while the other two variants will sport three, has been floating around for some time. Now, however, it’s been revealed that the most affordable S10 will skip the heart rate sensor on the back – that’s precisely what the missing bit next to the flash is. It’s another no-show after the in-display fingerprint reader.
The renders don’t reveal much else – there’s the Bixby button on all three versions, the cutout layout says 3.5mm jack on the bottom right (when looked from the back, as is on the S9), and the relative sizes correspond well to the previously rumored 5.8″, 6.1″, and 6.4″ diagonals. Let’s see what else remains to be revealed over the remaining one month until announcement.